As BMW is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their M division, they surprise consumers by releasing three new models to join the division, the M4 CSL, the M3 Touring, and the G87 M2. However, we are only focusing on the M4 CSL and the M3 Touring.
The major difference between the two models is that the M4 CSL is a supercar, while the M3 Touring is more like a saloon car. However, if you are looking for a fast car, they both offer similar experiences. What can we expect?
Although the M4 CSL was teased in darkness, most people expected it to come with hardcore specifications. Now we know what to expect from BMW. For one, the CSL comes with a separate design compared to the previous M4 models. They also have the redesigned BMW logos inspired by BMW Motorsport emblems from the 1970s. First, you’ll notice a CSL badge on the front bumper.
The vehicle is equipped with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged straight-six engine. Instead of the 510hp like the old models, it comes with 550hp, capable of achieving 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds. The interior of the CSL provides a sporty feeling, especially with the seats.
Enough talking about the M4 CSL; let’s move to the M3 Touring.
The BMW M3 is popularly known as a car for enthusiasts. The reason is that an E46 prototype of the M3 Touring was built but never produced. This is because the company felt that it was too expensive to produce. However, we finally have the M3 Touring to satisfy enthusiasts. It has a 3.0-liter twin-turbo straight-six engine with 510 hp. It can go from 0-62mph in about 4 seconds.
If you are wondering whether you’ll see any of these cars in Ghana soon, there is a possibility that this might happen. Unfortunately, BMW only made 1000 pieces of the M4 CSL worldwide, so it will be hard to predict if Ghana will be lucky to get a piece in the country. Unfortunately, however, we cannot determine if it is possible to see the M3 Touring on the streets of Ghana because BMW wants to restrict it to European countries.
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