The BMW M4 CSL has demonstrated its remarkable capabilities with a sub-seven-minute lap time of the Nurburgring. The German automaker’s latest performance model completed the famed track in an impressive 7:17.08.
The M4 CSL’s lap time was achieved by BMW test driver, Marco Wittmann, who is no stranger to the Nurburgring. Despite the wet conditions, Wittmann was able to push the performance car to its limits, demonstrating its power and agility.
The BMW M4 CSL is a track-focused variant of the M4 Coupe. It is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six engine that produces 444 horsepower and 550 Newton-meters of torque. The car is equipped with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and comes with a rear-wheel-drive setup as standard.
The M4 CSL also features a range of upgrades over its standard counterpart to further enhance its performance. It has a lightweight carbon fiber-reinforced plastic body, an adjustable suspension, and a suite of aerodynamic improvements.
For comparison, the standard M4 Coupe completed the Nurburgring in 7:52.01, so the CSL’s 7:17.08 lap time is a significant improvement. It’s a testament to the car’s power and handling, as well as the skill of test driver Marco Wittmann.
The BMW M4 CSL is sure to be a hit with enthusiasts looking for a track-focused performance car. With its impressive lap time at the Nurburgring, it’s clear that this is a car capable of delivering thrilling performance.