Volvo 850 Super Touring

The Volvo 850 Super Touring is the first ever race car Cyan Racing competed with in the two first years of the Swedish Touring Car Championship, claiming two titles.

Tom Walkinshaw Racing constructed the car for the British Touring Car Championship where it raced from 1995 to 1996. Cyan Racing focussed on running the car in the races only with no further development.

The car still holds the record of most consecutive STCC victories with driver Jan "Flash" Nilsson claiming six back to back victories during the 1997 season.

The Volvo 850 Super Touring featured a two-litre 5-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, powering the front wheels, of close to 300 hp and was equipped with a 6-speed sequential gearbox.

Technical Specification

Volvo 2.0 liter five-cylinder
295 hp / 220 kw

Chassis / Drivetrain
Öhlins dampers
6-speed sequential gearbox
Front-wheel drive

975 kg

Length 466 cm
Width 176 cm