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BMW 850CSi

Brand
BMW
Model
850CSi
Year
1992
First registration
January 11, 1992
Colour
Diamond Black
VAT formula
VAT on the margin scheme
History & specifications

New delivered to Germany

Original matching numbers car

Completely original

Very good condition

The Frankfurt Motor Show introduced the BMW Motorsport developed version of the BMW 8 Series Coupe in 1991. The S70 V12 engine powering the BMW 850 CSi is a BMW Motorsport enhanced version of the standard production power plant and makes this the absolute pinnacle of Bavarian GT-cars. Unlike other engine variants of the 8 Series, the 850 CSi was only available with a six-speed manual gearbox. Between August 1992 and October 1996 1.510 units were produced, of which 1.125 were with European specifications with left hand drive.

The “CSi” suffix was first used in the 1970s on the E9 Coupe denoting “Coupe Sport injection”. After the E24 6 Series, the 8 Series is until today the last model receiving the iconic badge.

This remarkable 850CSi can be yours. Contact us if you’re interested in adding this wonderful V12 to your collection.

Technical specifications

Engine
V12
Displacement
5.576 cc
Bore x stroke
86 mm x 80 mm
Power output
283 kW/380 hp at 5.300 rpm
Transmission
Six-speed manual
Brakes
Dimensions
4.780 x 1.860 x 1.340 mm
Unladen weight
1.865 kg
Max. speed
250 km/h
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