BMW E9

The BMW E9 is a sports car manufactured in between the years 1968-1975.

The BMW E9 is well known for its success in the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft and European Touring Car Championship. The BMW E9 featured 2.5 I6, 2.8 I6 and 3.0 I6 engines and a total of 30,546 units have been manufactured in the BMW E9 version.

BMW E9 490

The models in the BMW E9 are

2.5 CS
The 2.5 CS was manufactured in between the years 1974-1975. It featured a 2.5 I6 engine that delivered an output power of 150 bhp and a total of 874 units have been manufactured in this version.

2800 CS
The 2.5 CS was manufactured in between the years 1968-1971. It featured a 2.8 I6 engine that delivered an output power of 170 bhp.

3.0 CS
The 3.0 CS featured a 3.0 I6 engine with a capacity of 2985 cc. The engine delivered an output power of 180 bhp.

3.0 CSi
The 3.0 CSi featured a 3.0 I6 engine with electronic fuel injection system. The engine delivered an output power of 149.1 KW and the top speed is about 137 mph.

3.0 CSL
The 3.0 CSL is a lightweight sports car with an engine capacity of 3003 cc. It featured 3.2 L engine that delivered an output power of 340 bhp and 3.5 L engine that delivered an output power of 430 PS.

BMW E9 Driving