The 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL was the last model year to be produced by Bavarian Motor Works. As this was primarily built as a racing vehicle, it is a lot lighter than any of the other CS series vehicles. It is constructed with a thinner steel body frame and other parts of the car, such as door, hoods, and trunks were constructed of an aluminum alloy to maintain the lightness of the vehicle and make it the most dynamic in a race. In the 1973 model year of the 3.0 CSL, the engine was given another, more substantial increase in displacement to 3,153 cc by increasing the stroke to 84 mm. In this version, they also included an aerodynamic package including a large air dam, short fins running along the front fenders, a spoiler above and behind the trailing edge of the roof, and a tall rear wing. The rear wings were not installed at the factory, but were left in the boot for installation after purchase. With these additions, the cars were nicknamed Batmobiles.
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