The car housed a powerhouse straight-six M30 engine with a longer wheelbase in comparison to previous BMW models. The vehicles specifications included an automatic transmission, power steering, and electric windows for the most sophisticated drivers. 1971 was a pivotal year for the 2800 CS series because it was not only the last model year, but it was also the year that BMW brought a 3.0-liter engine. Also, with that addition the current drum brakes were later switched to more capable disc brakes.
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