The 50th anniversary celebrations of BMW Motorsport or 'M' have culminated with the development of a new 3.0 CSL. Inspired by the original M car, the new 3.0 CSL is combines a 552 bhp straight six, lightweight construction, CSL-inspired styling cues and the iconic BMW Motorsport livery. Production of the 3.0 CSL is limited to just 50 examples. Prices have not been released but all 50 have most likely already have sold.
Czech specialist manufacturer Praga announced the all-new Bohema supercar this week. It is built around a carbon-fibre monocoque and is powered by Litchfield modified Nissan GT-R engine. The Czech engineers have also managed to keep the weight under 1,000 kg. Although track oriented, the Bohema is fully road legal. Production is limited to just 89 cars, the first ten of which should be rolling off the line in the second half of 2023.
Radical will celebrate the company's 25th anniversary in great style with the upcoming Project 25. Also slated for production for quarter four of 2023, this is a track-only coupe. It will be powered by twin-turbo V6 engine that has been massaged in-house to produce at least 850 bhp. While the Project 25 was previewed to prospective customers already, only one teaser image has been released. Further details of the car, limited to 25 examples, will be made available early next year.

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2023 BMW 3.0 CSL

2023 Praga Bohema

2023 Radical Project 25