BMW have finally taken the covers off their 3.0 CSL Hommage at the 2015 Concorso d’Eleganza after much teasing.
The design is a concept that takes the muscular front-end cues from the original 1970s CSL as a nod to its rich racing heritage.
No engine specs have been released yet but the old school styling complete with pumped fender guards should be enough to hint that the car will pack a serious unit if it makes it to production in future.
Look closely enough and you’ll also notice the ‘X’s marked into the twin circle headlights – a move reminiscent of the original stickered ‘X’s on BMW’s endurance race cars of yesteryear.
The 3.0 CSL Hommage features extensive use of carbon fibre and uses an F1 style steering wheel, but it’s from the rear quarter of the vehicle that really takes the shape of its predecessor.
From the wild rear wing design to the horizontal side markings that mimic the 1970s CSL, this is one ride we’re definitely keen to see resurrected for today’s roads.