BMW Unveils Special Edition 2024 M3 CS

Ashish Pokhriyal

BMW’s M3 has been a efficiency standout because it was launched in 1986 as a part of the E30 technology of the model’s compact 3 Series lineage.

The model is reaching again to revive a preferred favorite's once more: the M3 CS.

BMW has been making Clubsport models since the E9 era to denote the next best thing after the CSL.

The engineers from BMW M have massaged the twin-turbo, 3.0-liter "S58" engine to unlock 543 horsepower and perfectly match the RWD-only M4 CSL.

It's not the most potent inline-six in the company's history as the ultra-rare 3.0 CSL is even stronger, at 553 hp.

The peak torque of 479 pound-feet (650 Newton-meters) is unchanged compared to the M3 Competition Drive upon which the CS is based.