BMW will only produce 1,000 M4 CSLs for wealthy clientele. This will make it one of the most rare BMWs in recent memory, and collectors will go crazy for it. There was significant speculation over how many CSLs would make it to the American market at the time of its unveiling. As it turns out, we’re estimating that 200 to 250 BMW M4 CSL vehicles will be sold in America, yet there are 367 BMW stores.
That means BMW will have to pick and select which dealers will get an M4 CSL, but from what we hear, each BMW M Certified Dealer in the United States will receive one vehicle. After awarding one vehicle to each M Certified dealer, there will be a few automobiles left over, which will be assigned to conventional BMW dealers depending on specified criteria. We don’t know what kind of criteria dealers will have to follow right now, but BMW will be picky about which shops receive the leftovers.
With its 543 horsepower (550 PS) 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six, reduced curb weight, aggressive aerodynamics, and better handling, the BMW M4 CSL will be a truly unique automobile. Not only does it have a crazy carbon fiber hood and a ducktail spoiler, but it’ll be the most extreme, track-ready vehicle BMW has manufactured since the E46 M3 CSL.
In the United States, the price will be $139,990 plus $995 destination cost, which is nearly $20,000 less than automobiles like the Porsche 911 GT3. However, because to its restricted distribution here, it is possible that it will see enormous dealer markups with collectors picking them up just to sell them for a profit on the secondary market. We hope that isn’t the case, and that owners may purchase M4 CSLs at MSRP and drive, appreciate, and utilize them as intended. BMW only produces CSL variants every several decades, maybe more, therefore this new BMW M4 CSL deserves to be appreciated.