A few days ago, BMW announced that it would bring the 2023 M4 CSL to the Concarco d’Eleganza Villa d’Est for the coupe’s world debut. Someone from the M Division decided to post two teaser images of the Lightweight and Extra Spicy 4 Series on M’s official Facebook page, then decided against it and deleted them. The Internet has already taken notice, however, so the teasers have been officially registered and will never be removed. In the front image, the yellow DRLs quickly attract attention, making them their second appearance since their debut on the M5 CS. Hidden in the shade is the Hood Retro M Motorsport Badge, which features a colored slash on a white background with a rounded seal, and a prominent carbon fiber splitter at the bottom.
On the back, we can create a silhouette of a declider-sized ductel spoiler. Below this, we are not sure what the taillights will be These could be LEDs, or OLED units like the BMW used in the 2016 M4 GTS. It is true that we did not see any spy shots of M4 CSL or any taillights captured in any special video of BMW M earlier this year. The video, titled “We Are M”, included a split-second pic with an M4 CSL’s taillights. None of the fine, three-dimensional angel hair lines found in this latest teaser are included.
In less than two weeks, after years of waiting, we’ll finally see the coupe that former M-Boss Frank Van Mill said was a “top-of-the-line track tool, designed for tracks, with a number plate.” With CSL, you can expect cup tires, coilover suspension, a roll cage, water injection and a fire extinguisher. ” It is possible that we can expect multiple CSLs, even an M3 version predicted to follow M4. Rumor has it that we can expect to save about 220 pounds of weight thanks to an arrangement like the rear seats. Undoubtedly it will be as expensive as limited, though. The track-centric M4 GT is priced at about $ 150,000 and out of a total 700-unit production run, only 300 came to the United States.