2019 BMW F82 M4 CS LCI DCT with MPE Exhaust, MPE HAS, GC Front Camber Plates
The BMW M4 states its case as a compact high-performance coupe, the
optional Competition Package gives it an extra edge, and the M4 GTS is an
uncompromising sports car also designed for use on the track. And now the
new limited-run special-edition BMW M4 CS fills the gap between its
BMW M GmbH stablemates. With its eye-catching, emotionally powerful
looks, it also raises the profile of the M4 range – and, by extension, the
BMW M brand – another notch.
A new model-specific front splitter in exposed carbon fibre defines the face of
the new BMW M4 CS, which cuts an unquestionably dominant and dynamic
figure even when standing still. The car’s athletic lines extend along the CFRP
bonnet and powerdome, over the roof – with its shallow central channel – and
the new, likewise carbon-fibre spoiler lip on the boot lid, to the rear diffuser
and its four exhaust tailpipes, integrated with impeccable stylistic fluency. The
shape of the M4 CS appears as if cut from a single mould, underlining the
design aspirations of the modern sports coupe.
The extensive use of carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) ensures that the
new BMW M4 CS is extremely light; indeed, its kerb weight is just
1,580 kilograms (acc. to EU, excl. driver). As well as the rear diffuser, large
sections of the body are also made from CFRP. The bonnet, for example, is
around 25 per cent lighter than that of the BMW M4 as a result. BMW’s many
years of experience in the production of carbon-fibre components and carbon
fibre-reinforced plastics has paid dividends with the new BMW M4 CS.
Indeed, the CFRP roof is more than six kilograms lighter than a conventional
metal item. Another benefit of this extremely light and yet highly robust
composite material is the corresponding lowering of the car’s centre of gravity,
which endows the BMW M4 CS with even more agile handling.
Unlike the BMW M4 GTS, BMW has deliberately steered the M4 CS away
from a focus on the track. For example, the front splitter is not adjustable and
instead of a large, adjustable wing, the rear end sports an exposed-carbonfibre Gurney – i.e. an aerodynamic spoiler lip running across the trailing edgeof the boot lid that significantly reduces rear-axle lift once again compared to
the M4 with Competition Package. In the interests of everyday practicality, the
M4 CS also forgoes the roll cage fitted in the M4 GTS.
Cluster, Mirror Blinkers - Emfini
Paints - Kaiser, itsDraik
Sound - emjayy (CREDIT IF USED)
Plates and Plate Fonts - Dareks (CREDIT IF USED)
Japanese Plates and Texture - Touge Workshop
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