Lamborghini is at the Frankfurt IAA and has debuted its awesome Sian FKP 37 hypercar. The car was officially announced earlier this month, but along with the official debut in Germany, we also have some real-world images of the car painted up just like the renderings.
The Sian has a hybrid powertrain that offers 819 hp combined making it the lowest ever weight-to-power ratio of any Lamborghini car. Lambo teamed up with Pirelli to create tires that work for the car, which can accelerate to 100 km/h in under 2.8 seconds. The top speed for the ride is over 350 km/h.
Lamborghini is building 63 of the cars, and all of them are already sold. Each example cost the buyer over 2 million Euro plus taxes. Each of the cars will be unique as the buyers get to work with the Ad Personam team to customize the cars. The hybrid system the car uses is very mild.
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The electric motor is a 48V unit that makes 34 horsepower. The electric motor is integrated into the gearbox. The design of the electrical system allows the Sian to perform low-speed maneuvers like parking and reversing with electricity only.
Lambo is also showing off other models in Germany. The Urus SUV is on display with new features for the 2020 year model. The feature includes soft closing doors and connected services. The Huracan EVO Coupe is on display in the Ad Personal studio painted in a new color called Viola Mithras using a violet base and bluish flame-changing appearance. That car also has the style package in gloss black and 20-inch wheels in bronze. Inside it has black leather and Alcantara with bronze leather and violet stitching that reflects exterior coloring.