Volvo P1800 Cyan Debut, Engine, Build & Price



Volvo P1800 Cyan after originally debuting in Europe in 2020, it will debut in the States at The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering, on August 9 during Monterey Car Week. Ordering will start soon for the restomod and prices will start at $700,000. Originally debuted in 1960 and lasted into the early ’70s. Cyan Racing built this restomod by using technology from today.

What’s New?

Volvo P1800 Cyan
Volvo P1800 Cyan

The P1800 is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder making 420 hp and 336 Nm of torque with a redline of 7,700 RPM. The car uses a five-speed Holinger manual transmission with a dog-leg first gear position. Also with Holinger supplied limited-slip rear differential. With every part being overhauled by Cyan, only the steel in the original chassis, hood release mechanism, handbrake, and windshield wipers remain still.

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The structure uses high-strength steel for the underpinnings, and carbon-fiber body panels join the structure with adhesive. This makes the restomod as light as 990 Kgs. The body also features enlarged wheel wells and a wider track to accommodate the 18-inch wheels. The suspension now features an adjustable double-wishbone set up at both ends.

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  • Volvo P1800 Cyan

Cyan Racing wants P1800’s owners to have a direct connection to the road. This happens with no stability control, anti-lock brakes, or even a brake booster.


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