BMW M4 CS delivers 454 HP, 3,000 examples will be created, will come to U.S.

by SpeedLux
2017 BMW M4 CS

The GTS might be the ultimate expression of M4 power and efficiency, but sadly that design is not perfect for everyday driving and is limited to simply 3,000 examples.

The BMW M4 CS made its international debut at the Shanghai Motor Show last week. Slotting in between the M4 Competition Package and the extreme M4GTS, the special edition will show up in U.S. dealerships next year.

Controlled by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine, the BMW M4 CS creates 454 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque. That indicates it has 29 more hp than the standard M4 coupe and 10 more hp than the Competition design. Top speed is restricted to 174 miles per hour, and according to BMW’s preliminary estimates, the design must hit 60 mph from a standstill in 3.8 seconds. The CS could lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes, 38 seconds.

The M4 CS had the ability to achieve this feat utilizing a familiar seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and a suspension much like the one found on the M4 Competition package. The automaker has tuned the Adaptive M Suspension, DSC, and Active M Differential particularly for the M4 CS, taking into consideration the needs of track and road driving. Comfort mode enables relaxed travelling, while Sport and Sport + modes are offered for more perky drives. The model comes with distinct 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels covered in track-ready Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.

Carbon fiber plays a significant role in the exterior style. Together with a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic hood, the M4 CS likewise receives a model-specific front splitter made from carbon fiber along with a Gurney spoiler lip with revealed carbon fiber. To further enhance performance, the M4 CS borrows its rear diffuser from the M4 GTS, while also using big air intakes in the front apron to enhance cooling.

Looking, inside the cabin, the automaker keeps weight down with light M sport seats with leather and Alcantara along with lightweight door pull loops. Obviously, there are lots of basic creature comforts, including automatic climate control, navigation, and a BMW HiFi audio system. The door panel trim is made from compressed natural fibers.

BMW will construct the special-edition four-seater in Munich and will offer it in the United States in 2018. Rates will be revealed closer to release.

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