A regular M4 has space for four inside, but the ultra-focused BMW M4 CSL seats only two occupants. Those seats are carbon-shelled M full buckets sans any typical comforts like heating, ventilation, power-, or lumbar adjustment, saving 53 lbs in the process. Alternatively, you can swap in a set of heated M carbon seats with power adjustment at no-cost. These fixed-back buckets are upholstered in Merino leather – finished in black – offset by red Alcantara and BMW M tricolor contrast stitching on the seat bolsters and seatbelts. The rear seat has been removed entirely (saving another 46 lbs), and in its place, you’ll find a cargo net to hold two race helmets in place.
Carbon fiber dominates the interior of the BMW M4 CSL, with a CFRP center console and woven carbon found on the dash, doors, steering wheel and just about everywhere else, saving a further 9 lbs. Speaking of the tiller, it’s Alcantara clad, perfectly round as it should be, and features a red 12 o’clock marker. Then, in case you forget what car you’re in, ‘CSL’ badging can be found just about everywhere from the seatbacks to the center console, the rear panel, and the door sills.
And in case you decide to take it shopping before you hit the track, the BMW M4 CSL’s trunk space measures 12 cubic feet.