Standard M Carbon Bucket Seats


Our First Look


For the BMW enthusiast and lover of all things BMW, you may already know about the New BMW M3 CS and for those of you who don’t, simply the new M3 CS is everything.



At Home On The Road & Track


Yes, there have been all kinds of chatter on the new BMW M3 CS and even though we are repeating some news the BMW PR would not be happy with us unless we give you some facts. The New BMW M3 CS is powered by a 543-hp inline-6 with an 8-speed M Steptronic transmission and the M xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system. Together, they bring this joy ride from 0-60 mph in only 3.2 seconds.


The BMA CS models are very special, the name “CS” stands for “Competition Sport”; the designation given to exclusive BMW M models equally at home on the road and track. More power, unique chassis calibration, and intelligent lightweight construction featuring carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) components deliver an exhilarating performance experience without sacrificing the functionality and everyday usability of the BMW M3.





0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds

The New BMW M3 CS announces its sharper character with a series of individual design features. The optional BMW Individual Signal Green paint is exclusive to the M3 CS. Exposed carbon fiber surfaces for the roof, the two channels running the length of the hood, the front splitter, front air intakes, M exterior mirror caps, rear spoiler, and rear apron combine with the black side skirts and M gills to provide a bold contrast to the unique paint finish. Brooklyn Grey metallic, Black Sapphire metallic, and BMW Individual Frozen Solid White are also available.

Inside the new BMW M3 CS, an environment built around driving pleasure and maximum performance blend advanced digital technology and exclusive design elements. The driver and front passenger are provided standard M Carbon bucket seats. Fully electric and heated, they feature integral headrests with an illuminated “CS” badge. The use of CFRP in the structural elements of the seat cushion and backrest as well as the cut-outs in the side bolsters and below-the-head restraints are testimony to the seats’ weight-minimizing construction.
The new BMW M3 CS will be built in limited numbers starting in March 2023.