BMW 3.0 CSL

BMW Pays Hommage to the 3.0 CSL in Italy

BMW Pays Hommage to the 3.0 CSL in Italy
In 1972, BMW introduced the 3.0 CSL, stripped down from the CS to make it ready for the European Touring Car Championship. BMW’s reputation for combining performance and design owes a ton to the CSL, with its elongated hood, strikingly boxy bodylines, aggressive front fascia, bold color pallet and lightweight, track-tuned performance setup.
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All 17 Fantastical BMW Art Cars on Display in Italy

All 17 Fantastical BMW Art Cars on Display in Italy
In 1975, renowned artist Alexander Calder transformed a BMW 3.0 CSL into a work of art on wheels. But rather than lock the car up in a gallery, BMW raced Calder’s automotive fantasy at the 1975 Le Mans 24-Hour Race.
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