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New Volvo P1800 Cyan: A Grand Tourer with a Classic Twist


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In the world of automotive nostalgia, the Volvo P1800 holds a special place. Originally introduced in the 1960s, this sleek coupe captured hearts with its elegant design and spirited performance. Fast forward to today, and the P1800 is back in the spotlight, thanks to the brilliant minds at Cyan Racing.


Cyan Racing, known for their restomod prowess, previously wowed us with the P1800 Cyan—a street-legal rocket that redefined what a classic Volvo could be. But now, they’ve taken a different route, introducing the P1800 Cyan GT. This new iteration is all about comfort, making it the perfect companion for winding roads and long-distance drives.


What sets the P1800 Cyan GT apart? Let’s dive into the details:


  • Custom Craftsmanship: Each P1800 Cyan GT is a bespoke creation. No cookie-cutter approach here. Cyan tailors every aspect to the customer’s taste, from power output to interior finishes. The result? A car that feels like it was made just for you.
  • Under the Hood: The heart of this GT is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. It’s the same powerplant found in the regular P1800 Cyan, but with a twist. Power outputs range from 350 to 420 horsepower, ensuring spirited acceleration when needed.
  • Weight Watchers: The steel and carbon fiber body keeps things light, weighing in at under 2,300 pounds (around 1,000 kilograms). And don’t worry—the titanium roll cage ensures safety without compromising performance.
  • Comfort Zone: The GT version adds a touch of luxury. Increased sound deadening materials make for a quieter ride, while the adjustable suspension is tuned for both twisty roads and highway cruising.


Price Tag: If you’re eyeing the P1800 Cyan GT, be prepared to part with around $500,000 to $700,000. But hey, exclusivity comes at a cost, right?


What’s your take on this modern twist to a classic legend? Would you choose the track-focused thrill of the original Cyan or opt for the comfort-oriented GT? Share your thoughts! 🚗💨


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