The M4 CSL-style car is called “Project Silver” while the E36 M3 GT-style car is called “M2 GT.”
The design should not surprise anyone and will feature regular CS-like elements and maybe some from the CSL variants.
20 units will be heading our way with a base price of R2,971,000 making it as expensive as a new BMW X6 M Competition.
Considering they want to keep the weight down, we can’t see them fitting the M2 CS with the heavier xDrive system.
Despite its size, this is now BMW’s quickest fully electric model.
With CS saloon deliveries not due until later in 2023, we’re probably a little way off seeing a Touring equivalent.
Wrapping up the changes is a set of twin-spoke alloy wheels and a drop in ride height which as you can see makes a pretty significant impact.
If this model is the one you have been waiting for, then you better act fast as just 500 units will be made worldwide.
The insider claims the facelifted G8x models will enter production in March 2024.
The new styling includes the slimmer headlights, blacked-out kidney grilles and you can now choose from some new colours.