The special-edition Sián reinforces Lamborghini’s shock-and-awe strategy with its daring looks, $3 million price, and a combined system output of 807 horsepower. More important, it provides a glimpse of what future Lamborghinis will be like.
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A total of 63 Siáns will be produced at roughly $3 million apiece.
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The Sián’s 48-volt hybrid system, which includes a 34-hp electric motor and a supercapacitor, is said to add only 75 pounds to the car’s curb weight.
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The Sián’s primary powerplant is a 774-hp version of Lamborghini’s long-serving 6.5-liter V-12, which receives short, 34-hp bursts of assistance from the hybrid system.
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The most noticeable aspect of the hybrid system’s operation is in smoothing the jolting shifts from the Sián’s single-clutch seven-speed automated transmission.
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The Lamborghini Sián feels large for a hypercar at slower speeds and should weigh a hefty 3950 pounds or so.
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We estimate that the Lamborghini Sián should rocket to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
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We drove the Lamborghini Sián at the Millbrook test track in England and ultimately noticed little assistance from the car’s hybrid system beyond charge-rate indications in the digital instrument cluster.
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The interior of the Lamborghini Sián is similar to the Aventador’s, yet it gains a new portrait-orientated infotainment touchscreen and an electrochromic glass roof panel that can be dimmed or brightened with the push of a button.
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