2018 BMW M3 CS

Nov 9, 2017

Category: Rides

Few car brands, if any, balance style and substance quite as well as BMW. And it seems like, as time goes by, they just keep getting better at making gorgeous speed machines. Case in point: the new 2018 BMW M3 CS – the fastest 3 Series sedan ever built.

This vehicle is actually the first of the legendary 3 Series sedans to be stamped with the CS badge – usually reserved for coupes. But the honor is well deserved, thanks to a twin-turbo six-cylinder inline 3-liter engine beneath the hood that pumps out 460 horsepower and gives this car a 0-62 time of just 3.9 seconds. This special edition speedster also comes standard with a state-of-the-art seven-speed M Double Clutch transmission, an Adaptive M suspension, and the ability to adjust steering and suspension settings to your liking. Only 1,200 of these bad boys are slated to be made, however, so you’ll have to be quick if you want to get one when they start selling in January of 2018. No price has been announced, yet.

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