30 BMW M4 CSL Already Sold Out In Australia

Even though BMW produces a thousand M4 CSLs, only thirty will make their way to Australia. Brendan Michel, Head of Product and Market Planning at BMW Australia, told Car Expert “they’re all gone” following “quite a lot of interest in that car.” Since Australians have an insatiable appetite for the M4, the CSLs sold quickly. About 20% of the automobiles sold in the area are full-size M models. BMW Australia, the UK, and Japan convinced BMW to make a right-hand-drive M3 Touring.

In related news, the arrival in Australia of the much anticipated 2023 3.0 CSL is still uncertain. The production of this spectacular modern homage to the E9 will be limited to 50 vehicles, with 30 going to Europe and eight to Asia. The Munich brand is rumoured only to sell cars with a left-hand-drive configuration, rendering them illegal in Australia. Similarly, it won’t be arriving in the USA because it lacks the necessary homologation to be sold there.

The 3.0 CSL is speculated to have its roots in the M4 CSL, albeit with a manual transmission and increased inline-six power. The design is rumoured to be inspired by the 2015 3.0 CSL Hommage concept, and it could be even lighter than the rear-wheel-drive M4 CSL, which shed 100 kg.

BMW opted to present the new M2 at Motorclassica 2022 at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building to show appreciation for the M brand’s success Down Under. It was one of the first times the general public saw the G87 and the outrageous XM plug-in hybrid SUV up close and personal.

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