The BMW E9 is a range of coupes with rear-wheel drive and front-mounted engine, produced in Germany between 1968 and 1975. Originally launched as the 2800 CS, the was based on the BMW 2000 C 4-cylinder coupe. The E9 series was replaced by the E24 6 series.

The BMW E9 (3.0 CLS) was introduced in May 1972. The body was made of thinner steel and the sound insulation was also removed for weight. The car was initially powered by a 3-litre engine. Later in 1973, the engine capacity was increased to 3.2-litres with an output of 200 hp (152 kW).