2018 BMW M3 CS Review; 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds
The enhanced and inoffensive version of the 2018 BMW M3 CS will be built in 1,200 pieces. This Sporty Car Will be available in dealerships from March 2018.
Double-sided-after the M4, the special version CS also arrives on the BMW M3 sedan and brings with it the same best views on the coupe: the engine power six cylinders 3.0 increases to 460 hp (29 more), the bodywork takes on a more decisive look and changes to the asset and suspension. The BMW M3 CS is reserved for fans of high-performance saloons, looking for a car that is usable every day, but able to not disfigure in the track Guide: The BMW M3 CS has a more extreme character than the M3 and its enhanced variant, the M3 Competition, but does not renounce the four doors and the generous trunk of the series 3 on which it is based.
2018 BMW M3 CS ENGINE SPEC; 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds
The BMW M3 CS was prepared by the BMW M Department, which worked to reduce the weights: the carbon fiber is used for the front bonnet, lighter DL 25% than the one mounted on the normal M3. The technicians have thus been able to lower the center of gravity of the car, improving the responsiveness to the controls. On the rear bonnet, there is a new spoiler, also in carbon fiber, as well as enhanced, the Biturbo engine has a higher torque: 600 Nm (50 more). The gearbox is the automatic M DCT double clutch with 7 gears, equipped with the function for the departures to the Fulmicotone, which once activated accelerates the 2018 BMW M3 CS from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds. The declared maximum speed is 280 km/h.
Standard The BMW M3 CS also adopts a new exhaust system, a magazine engine oil pump to improve the behaviour of the car on the track and equipment already foreseen on the BMW M3, such as electronically controlled suspensions, the system for Handle the steering wheel response and selector with the different driving modes: Combining the different settings you can get a more “soft” car to ride every day or more extreme to use the track. The spring and damper calibrations are specific to the model, which uses lightweight components for suspension, lightweight 19-and 20-inch forged wheels and brake system in composite materials (standard). The impression of sportsmanship is also enhanced by the increased air vents on the beam, the most pronounced aerodynamic appendages and the Alcantara-clad steering wheel, similar to the one used on racing cars