Unveiling the 2025 BMW M4 CS Model

High-performance luxury sports car priced at $124,675 with 543 horsepower and 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.

It has been a lengthy wait, but the time has finally arrived. The recently released BMW M4 CS falls perfectly between the Competition and CSL models, delivering increased power, reduced weight, and impressive speed to the realm of M.

If you’re acquainted with the M3 CS, none of this information should be unexpected. The two-door model features the identical 543-horsepower upgrade to its twin-turbocharged inline-six engine. Maximum torque stands at 479 pound-feet and is transmitted to the road via BMW’s M xDrive all-wheel drive setup. The only available transmission is an eight-speed Steptronic automatic, and when accelerating at full throttle, the car can hit 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds. The top speed is capped at 188 mph, which aligns with the performance of the M3 CS in every aspect.

Weight has been reduced as well. BMW claims that 45 pounds have been eliminated compared to the M4 Competition by incorporating carbon fiber reinforced plastic for multiple body panels such as the hood, front splitter, and rear diffuser, among other parts. This change isn’t limited to the exterior only—the center console, paddle shifters, and several interior trim elements also feature the lightweight material. Additionally, the standard M Carbon seats are lighter, and BMW has even managed to cut eight pounds from the exhaust system.

When paired with chassis and suspension tuning tailored to the CS, the outcome is a swift coupe that excels at navigating corners. While it may not outpace the CSL around the Nürburgring, it comes remarkably close. BMW recorded an official time of 7 minutes 21.99 seconds—just 1.5 seconds behind the notably hardcore CSL. To assist drivers in maximizing the CS’s performance on the racetrack, BMW provides the choice of track or “ultra-track” tires at no additional cost. These tires are fitted to a staggered set of M alloy wheels available in black or gold, with sizes of 19 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear.

Additional features of the CS model include a unique dark interior with red accents, covered in leather and Alcantara. When it comes to the exterior, at the initial release, the options are restricted to Riviera Blue or Frozen Isle of Man Green, which stand out against the visible carbon fiber and yellow running lights within the headlights. CS logos can be seen on the seats, center console, and door sills, as well as CS badges on the trunk and grille. The large kidney grille, now without a frame to reduce weight, has red trim to make it more prominent compared to the regular M4.

Even though the weight has been reduced, the cost remains high. Priced at $124,675, including a destination charge of $1,175, the M4 CS is $35,200 more expensive than the M4 Competition xDrive. Manufacturing will commence in July, and deliveries are expected to start later this year.

Source: BMW

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