Lamborghini launched its first lightweight hybrid model at the Frankfurt Motor Show, one of its most expensive cars: code name Sian FKP 37.
This "FKP 37", a tribute to Ferdinand Karl Piëch, patriarch of the Volkswagen Group, born in 1937 and who died in August 2019, becomes at the same time the most powerful car in the history of the bull brand.
From the outside, we notice that the Sian has a body made entirely of carbon fibre.
At the front, there are Y-shaped LED lights, a feature borrowed from the Terzo Millennio concept car. At the rear, the Sian adopts 6 distinct lights, whose design is inspired by the iconic Countach.
Inside, we discover an interior mixing brown leather and carbon. The instrumentation display is still sporty but this time integrates information related to the car's hybrid powertrain.
Under the hood, the atmospheric V12 develops 758 horsepower, for a torque of 720 Nm. This Sian is also equipped with a small electric 48 volt motor, with an output of 34 horsepower.
Combined power: 819 horsepower.
0 to 100 km/h is smashed in 2.8 seconds.
Maximum speed: 350 km / h.
Only 63 copies will be produced and all have already been reserved despite a cost price of more than 2 million euros... excluding taxes.
This Sián FKP 37
will be customisable in Bologna according to the tastes of each buyer.