$6.5 million worth of Lamborghini Sián supercars lands in London
The Lamborghini Sián is one of the most expensive cars in the world. The Italian automaker is only making 63 of the models, with just three allocated to U.K. customers. Lamborghini London, operated by the H.R. Owen Group, took delivery of two of the models, and has had them take part in a photo shoot that reveals their full specifications.
Each Sián is individually styled by their owner, working with Lamborghini's design centre and Ad Personam personalization department. The lighter colored model is finished in a Grigio Nimbus paint job with exposed carbon weave roof and Rosso Mars accents, complemented by a Nero Ade interior with Rosso Alala contrasts.
The darker Sián has Nero Helene colored bodywork that is complemented by an exposed carbon fiber bonnet, front lamp inserts fenders, and engine cover. The car's highlights are finished in Oro Electrum, which is also used within the alloy wheels. This owner has opted for bespoke Pirelli tires with white detailing. The car's cabin has Nero Ade base leather and Oro Electrum stitching and highlights.
Both models are powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that is paired with a 48-volt battery to deliver 819 horsepower. The car can get from zero to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 217 mph. That makes it the most powerful and fastest accelerating Lamborghini every produced.
Traditional electrified vehicles have heavy battery storage below the floor of the car. Instead, the Sián uses a lightweight supercapacitor that is fully charged every time the vehicle brakes. The e-motor and supercapacitor system weighs in at just 34 kilograms total, making it three times lighter than a battery storing the same power.
The owners of the vehicles have yet to be disclosed.
If you can't afford a Lamborghini Sián but still want one at your home, you can opt for the LEGO Technic version.