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Watch Lynk & Co’s 03 Cyan Set a Nurburgring Record Time

posted by on 23 August 2019 in Lynk&Co News

Lynk & Co just put their 03 Cyan around the most famous track in the world. And with 2017 World Touring Car champion Thed Björk behind the wheel, the 528 hp car was able to lap the track in 7 minutes, 20 seconds. Lynk calls that the fastest ever road-legal four-door front-driver around the circuit. […] More…

See the First Video of the 530 hp Lynk&Co 03 Cyan Concept in Action

posted by on 12 March 2019 in Lynk&Co News News

Geely owned automaker Lynk&Co recently showed off its rather mad o3 Cyan Concept, which features a 530 hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine that sends all of its power to the compact sedan’s front wheels. It sounds almost too good to be true, but rest assured, the Lynk&Co 03 Cyan Concept is an actual running and driving […] More…

Lynk&Co 03 Cyan Sends 530 HP to the Front Wheels

posted by on 4 March 2019 in Lynk&Co News News

Volvo recently announced that all of its new vehicles will be electronically limited to 112 mph (180 km/h) – which it hopes will help it achieve its goal for no one to be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo from a 2020 onward. But while Volvo is going all safety-crazy, the folks over […] More…

Watch: The Lynk & Co TCR Race Car’s On-Track Appearance

posted by on 14 December 2018 in Lynk&Co News News

Cyan racing has just released the first video of its new Lynk & Co 03 touring car racer on track and looks good dancing across the curbs. The 03 is Lynk & Co’s first sedan and its first race car. Based on Volvo’s CMA platform (the same one that underpins the XC40) Cyan racing reports […] More…

Lynk & Co Announces Third Touring Car Driver

posted by on 10 December 2018 in Lynk&Co News

Lynk & Co’s Cyan Racing team has just announced the addition of a new driver for the 2019 FIA World Touring Car Cup. Three-time World Champ Andy Priaulx has signed a multi-year deal with the new team. British driver Priaulx first started in touring cars back in 2001, in the BTCC. He won the World Touring […] More…

[Update] Lynk & Co Reveals 03 Sedan Racer

posted by on 19 October 2018 in Lynk&Co News News

This is the first racer from Lynk & Co and we have to say it looks pretty darn good. The automaker revealed the 03 Sedan in August and is now ready to take it to the track. It’s built by Geely Motorsport to TCR touring car regulations. It’s a partnership with Cyan Racing, the company […] More…

Cyan Racing Teases Lynk&Co First Race Car

posted by on 15 October 2018 in Lynk&Co News Motorsport News News

Cyan racing may not be known as Polestar anymore, but that doesn’t mean they’ll stop racing Volvo chassis. You may be aware that Lotus (also a member of the Geely empire) and Cyan have been racing in the Swedish GT series this year, but next year it seems Cyan will be teaming up with Lynk&Co. […] More…

Geely Readies Cash Dump to Turn Little Lotus Into a Major Player: Report

posted by on 9 August 2018 in Lynk&Co News News

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the massive Chinese conglomerate that owns Volvo Cars and a controlling stake in Lotus, wants to turn the British sports car maker into a big deal. Potentially, a deal big enough to give Porsche bouts of anxiety. That’s what sources with knowledge of Geely’s plans tell Bloomberg. The parent company’s efforts will […] More…

Production Lynk&Co Grows Trunk, Looks Weird

posted by on 1 August 2018 in Lynk&Co News News

The production Lynk & Co 03 has surfaced ahead of its upcoming debut at the 2018 Chengdu Auto Show next month.  Lynk & Co, if you need reminding (and we wouldn’t blame you), is a newly launched, millennial-focused brand owned by Volvo owner Geely. The 03 you see here is the production version of the […] More…

Lotus CEO Steps Down, Replaced With Geely Executive

posted by on 4 June 2018 in Lynk&Co News News

Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales has stepped down from his position with the British company. Gales is credited with helping to return Lotus to profitability after it suffered years of losses under the leadership of former CEO Dany Bahar. Gales had been with Lotus since 2014 and helped to reduce operating costs by reducing supplier spending and […] More…