Cyan Racing – or, Polestar as you probably knew it – has just broke two record at Nurburgring. Their latest Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept just became the fastest four-door car and the fastest front-wheel driven car in the world around the fearsome 21-kilometre Nordschleife circuit.

With Thed Björk, the 2017 World Champion of touring car racing, behind the wheel the Cyan Concept lapped the famous circuit in 7 minutes and 20,143 seconds, averaging 170,4 km/h. This time makes it three seconds faster that the Jaguar – who previously held the record, and 25 seconds faster than the Renault who held the record for front-wheel driven cars.

The 7:20.143 lap record was set using the full 20,832km circuit layout as per the official Nürburgring standard and not the shorter 20,600km version as often used by other manufacturers. The Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept lapped the shorter version of the circuit in 7:15.123.

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Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept specifications

Engine4-cylinder
Displacement1969cc
TypeTurbo charged
Power528hp at 7800 rpm
Torque504Nm at 4500-7000 rpm
Engine redlineMax 8000 rpm
Transmission6-speed gearbox with paddle shifts
DrivelineFront-wheel drive
Performance
0-100 km/h4,4 sec
0-200 km/h10 sec
100-0 km/h30 meters
Top speed310 km/h
Wheels20″ forged Cyan wheels
TyresMichelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 285/30R20 front and rear
SuspensionÖhlins adjustable dampers
Brakes6-piston calipers with 378 mm ventilated discs front
2-piston calipers with 290 mm ventilated discs rear