2025 BMW G82 M4 CS Announced

2025 BMW G82 M4 CS Announced

BMW has revealed full details of the awesome new M4 CS. With model-specific chassis tuning and minimised weight, it promises to be a thrilling machine, and production of this hardcore special model will start in July 2024 at BMW Group Plant Dingolfing, with order books opening in late May. The M4 CS is priced from £117,100, with the first deliveries in the UK arriving in Autumn 2024.

With 550hp on tap and 479 lb ft of torque available from 2750-5950rpm, the M4 CS sprints from 0-62mph in just 3.4 seconds, with 0-124mph taking 11.1 seconds, and it recorded a 7-minute 21.989-second lap of the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife circuit. The top speed is electronically limited to 188 mph. The M4 CS comes fitted with the eight-speed M Steptronic gearbox, and M xDrive, and the multi-plate clutch’s oil supply has been optimised to ensure the all-wheel-drive system continues to perform effectively even during ultraintense track sessions.

2025 BMW G82 M4 CS Announced

The individually tuned axle kinematics and bespoke wheel camber settings, dampers, auxiliary springs and antiroll bars optimise steering precision and deliver superior handling. The electronically controlled dampers of the adaptive M suspension on the M4 CS come in a model-specific setup, as do its electromechanical M Servotronic steering. The settings for the DSC system and M Dynamic Mode have also been purposefully geared to the demands of dynamic circuit driving.

The new M4 CS comes as standard with forged M light-alloy wheels in an exclusive V-spoke design – available in either matt Gold Bronze or Matt Black. The lightweight wheels (19” at the front and 20” at the rear) are fitted as standard with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres or optionally with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R to maximise the performance experience on the track.

The bonnet, front splitter, front air intakes, exterior mirror caps, rear diffuser and Gurney-style rear spoiler are made from carbon, while the exhaust system, with its titanium silencer, is 4kg lighter than on the regular model. Inside, the centre console, shift paddles on the steering wheel and other interior trim elements are made from carbon, and the CS comes as standard with M Carbon bucket seats. These lightweight design measures reduce the car’s weight by 20kg compared to the regular M4 Coupé with xDrive.

The kidney grille gets red detailing, and the M4 CS also comes with yellow DRLs and Laserlight rear lights. Two new Individual paint finishes are available on the M4 CS: Riviera blue and Frozen Isle of Man green. Inside, there’s a standard M Alcantara steering wheel with a flat bottom and a red centre marker, while the M Carbon buckets are upholstered in Merino leather and come in an exclusive design with a black/red colour scheme and distinctive contrast stitching. This bi-colour finish is carried over into the rear compartment.

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