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The CS special models from BMW M.

More power, lighter and sportier – the CS models from BMW M are already legends. Here they are at a glance.

31 January 2023

CS stands for Competition Sport. An abbreviation that only select BMW M automobiles are allowed to bear. First introduced into today's nomenclature with the BMW M4 CS F82, this abbreviation identifies special models that feature technically innovative components. The CS special models carry the tradition of iconic M special models that began in 1988 with the BMW M3 Evolution in the E30 series. Increased engine power, lightweight construction, optimized aerodynamics, sportier suspension and innovative drive components make these models special for M GmbH. In short, the CS models combine sporty dynamics of the highest standard and outstanding performance all while offering the everyday practicality that is typical of all M cars.

#1 BMW M4 CS F82

Production period: 07/2017 to 06/2019
First representative of the new CS special models
Max. output: 338 kW (460 hp)
Max. torque: 600 Nm
Unique look with many highly sporty attributes

7:38 min

is the official lap time of the BMW M4 F82 CS on the Nürburgring Nordschleife.

#2 BMW M3 CS F80

Production period: 03/2018 to 10/2018
Limited special model
Max. output: 338 kW (460 hp)
0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds
Lightweight construction inside and outside

3,9 sec.

That’s how long it takes the BMW M3 CS F80 to sprint from zero to 100 km/h.

#3 BMW M2 CS F87

Production period: 03/2020 to 09/2020
Max. output: 331 kW (450 hp)
0 to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds with M dual-clutch transmission
First BMW M2 with CFRP roof
19" M light-alloy wheels 763 M Gold matt

50 percent

This is how much lighter the carbon hood is than the standard component.

#4 BMW M5 CS F90

Production period: 03/2021 to 01/2022
The first M5 as a CS model
Max. output: 467 kW (635 hp)
0 to 100 km/h in 3.0 seconds
Weight reduction by a total of 70 kg through lightweight construction

305 km/h

is the electronically limited top speed of the BMW M5 CS.

#5 BMW M3 CS G80

Production period: as of 03/2023
Engine as the basis for the drive of a DTM winner
Max. output: 405 kW (550 hp)
0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds
Extensive use of carbon fibre
BMW M3 CS:
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined) 234-229 (WLTP)
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined) 10.4-10.1 (WLTP)

650 Nm

of torque is provided by the M3 CS G80 between 2,750 and 5,950 rpm.

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