Hybrid Sián is fastest Lambo ever

Lamborghini has unveiled its “fastest car of all time”. Called the Sián FKP 37, its name recognises the recently deceased Ferdinand K Piëch, who was instrumental in the VW Group acquiring Lamborghini. Sián means ‘flash of lightning’ in Bolognese dialect.

Launched at the recent Frankfurt Motor Show, it’s a hybrid that combines the Aventador’s V12 powerplant with a 34hp electric motor. The new motor is incorporated into the gearbox, so it supports low-speed manoeuvres such as reversing and parking, and also provides increased torque during acceleration, at speeds up to 81mph.

 Hybrid Sián is fastest Lambo ever

Hybrid Sián is fastest Lambo ever

Rather than using lithium-ion batteries, the Sián introduces the world’s first supercapacitor in a car, which is located between the cockpit and engine for ideal weight distribution. The whole electric system weighs only 34kg.

The combined total power output is 819hp. 0-62mph takes less than 2.8 seconds, and the top speed is 218mph. Only 63 units of the Sián FKP 37 will be sold, priced at over 2 million euros plus taxes; all of them are already accounted for.

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