Lamborghini London has marked the arrival of two super-rare Sian models in the UK with a world-first twin photoshoot. Even more impressive is the fact that out of only 63 buil for the entire world, only three are bound for the UK, and Lamborghini London will be selling all of them.
This twin photoshoot at iconic London landmarks such as Tower Bridge and The O2 Arena. Both Sians were personalized through Lamborghini’s Ad Personam service. The lighter of the two is finished in a Grigio Nimbus with exposed carbon weave roof and Rosso Mars accents, complemented by a Nero Ade interior with Rosso Alala contrasts. In contrast, the darker, more sinister-looking Sian’s bodywork is finished in Nero Helene black with exposed carbon fiber applied to the hood, front lamp inserts, fenders, and engine cover.
The Sian is the most powerful and fastest accelerating Lamborghini ever produced, using a world-first hybrid supercapacitor powertrain. The supercapacitor for the hybrid system, which is the first ever fitted to a production car, it is extremely lightweight and can completely recharge every time the car brakes. Compare that to a traditional lithium-ion battery, which is three times heavier and three times less powerful for a unit of the same size and capacity, as per Lamborghini.
The car’s 6.5 liter V12, coupled with its 48-volt e-motor, produces 808 hp (819 PS / 602 kW) and 561 lb-ft (760 Nm) of torque, making it the most powerful Lamborghini to date. A top speed of over 217mph and a 0-62mph acceleration time of 2.8 seconds. If you were hoping to buy one, every example has already been sold, despite costing $3.7 million. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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