Lamborghini Showcases Sián Hybrid with an electrifying twist in the V12
So, the moment of truth is finally here. Lamborghini finally unveiled the first electrified Lamborghini with sharp styling details and something much more than a normal sports car. The brand boasts Sián to be the fastest hybrid car.
In the Bolognese dialect, Sián is translated as flash or lightning. While looking at the supercar, it can be easily interpreted why the vehicle is named Sián but what lies under the hood, blows your mind.
Lamborghini has added a 48-volt motor to the gearbox which gives an additional 34Hp to the V12 engine. The vehicle generates massive power while launching allowing Sián to generate immediate torque when punched on the accelerator. Moreover, Lamborghini also uses a supercapacitor instead of a typical lithium-ion battery which is three times more powerful than a battery of the same weight and three times lighter than a battery that produces the same amount of power.
To make something that goes incredibly fast, you need to manage every single aspect from reducing weight to generating power. But, while reducing the weight, it needs to be ensured that the vehicle stays on the ground even at such speed. For this, Sián wears a unique design that ensures the grip of the vehicle even at high speed. Moreover, the brakes of the vehicle do more than just stopping the vehicle. Whenever the brakes are applied, the supercapacitor charges itself completely so that the vehicle is always ready to take off.
The combined functioning of the electronic motor and the V12 engine generates 819Hp and shoots Sián from 0-100kmph in just 2.8 seconds. So, if you are willing to buy one, hurry as there are just 63 Siáns to be produced and each one of them will be individually styled by the owners.
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