1987 Oldsmobile Aerotech ST


1987 Oldsmobile Aerotech ST
B012 - 1988 Oldsmobile Aerotech. GM: A Century of Innovation. Concept Vehicles.

1987 Oldsmobile Aerotech ST

In the late 1980s GM positioned to raise the performance pedigree of Oldsmobile with the Aerotech program. Three cars were made over a five year period that set many high speed endurance records.

The first version know as the Short Tail (ST) was built around a March indycar chassis with an all-enveloping body. It was powered by the Oldsmobile Quad 4 which was a twin-turbocharged inline-4.

Indy 500 winner A.J. Foyt set a course record of 257.123 mph (413.788 km/h) on 27 August 1987 at the Fort Stockton test track. The outright top speed of the car was 267.88 mph (431.10 km/h).

In Detail

typeRecord Car
built atUSA
engineOldsmobile Quad 4 Inline-4
positionMid, Longitudinal
aspirationTwin Turbocharged
top speed~431.1 kph / 267.71 mph