A Volvo P1800 Cyan GT restomod was built in Sweden for $700,000

A Volvo P1800 Cyan GT restomod was built in Sweden for $700,000

In Sweden, Cyan Racing, known for its racing achievements, has expanded into the production of street cars. Currently, their portfolio consists of just two models, both of which are restomods based on the 1960s Volvo P1800 coupe. The assembly process for each vehicle takes between a year and a year and a half.

Volvo P1800 Cyan GT-1
The Volvo P1800 Cyan GT coupe, painted in pistachio color and pictured here, was manufactured for a client in the USA. This model differs from the initial 2020 version with its soft, fully adjustable suspension, designed for comfortable long journeys.

Interior of Volvo P1800 Cyan GT
The car features a carbon fiber body and an interior finished in cream material with enhanced sound absorption properties. A titanium safety frame is installed in the cabin. Despite these additions, the restomod remains lightweight - less than 1000 kg.
The P1800 GT is equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline turbo engine from the racing car Volvo S60 TC1, which has been re-tuned for better handling. Depending on the version, the engine delivers power ranging from 345 to 414 horsepower. It comes with a specially developed five-speed Holinger transmission, and the drive is rear.

Engine of Volvo P1800 Cyan GT
Cyan Racing manufactures cars at its factory in Gothenburg. Although the exact price is not disclosed, it is known that the regular P1800 model can cost up to 700,000 dollars, and the GT version is likely to be no less expensive. The edition is limited, and the exact number of cars produced is unknown. Both restomods already produced have been shipped to the USA.

Top view of Volvo P1800 Cyan GT