|3.0 CSL GR.5|
1973 - 1975
|473 407 573 440|
|203 bhp @ 5,600 RPM|
|211 lb·ft @ 4,200 RPM|
The BMW 3.0 CSL GR.5 was introduced in 1972 as a homologation model for FIA's European Touring Car Championship, where it also became successful in many races.
The rear spoiler of the car was included with the purchase of the CSL, but wasn't installed because it would have been illegal to use on German roads.
The "Silver" edition was released on August 3rd, 2012, and comes pre-equipped with Amerikon Speedsystems street tuned parts, and a level 3 lowering kit. This car can also be obtained from the Tuner Starter Pack on Amazon and the "Car Sales" section of the Need for Speed World website, for 3,000
The "Leicht" edition of the CSL was released on September 6th, 2012, and it was the first car in the World Vintage Series line. It comes pre-equipped with Gromlen race tuned parts, and 2-star Skill Mods. This edition can also be obtained from the "Car Sales" section of the Need for Speed World website, for 3,300
The "Yellow" edition of the CSL was released on November 27th, 2014 as part of the IGC rotation. The car is not pre-equipped with any performance parts, aftermarket parts or Skill Mods.
In Team Escapes and Pursuit Outruns, it performs well as the GR.5 is heavy. Crashing through roadblocks shouldn't be a problem, and since the handling is very grippy and responsive, it can easily dodge rhinos. Its powerful acceleration also helps in outrunning police interceptors, as well as recovering from collisions.
|Stock||Stock||Stock||Style A 17"||Stock||Smoke Blackout||Stage 2||BMWCSL|
Skill Mod Details
|14 %||14 %||19 %||19 %||9 %|
|This car does not feature any Bodykits.|
|This car does not feature any Spoilers.|
|This car does not feature any Hoods.|
|1-Series M Coupe • 135i Coupe • 3.0 CSL GR.5 • M1 Procar • M3 E92 • M3 GTR E46 (Street) • M3 GTS • M3 Sport Evolution • M6 Convertible • M6 Coupe • Z4 GT3 • Z4 M Coupe|
|World Vintage Series|
|3.0 CSL GR.5|
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