Only 63 examples are being produced, and two of them have found new owners in London.
Only 63 examples of the Lamborghini Sian, the Italian automaker's first hybrid supercar, will ever be made. Now that customer deliveries have started, we're starting to see what some of the unique customer specifications look like. At the end of 2020, the first Lamborghini Sian arrived in America finished in a vibrant Arancio Atlas paint orange finish. The second US customer example then arrived earlier this month finished in matte black and metallic brown.
Now, two more Sians have found new owners in London, UK. Out of the 63-car production run, only three Sians have been allocated to UK customers, and all of them are being handled by Lamborghini London.
This was also the first time two Sians were available to pose for a twin photoshoot at iconic London landmarks such as Tower Bridge and The O2 Arena.
Styled by Lamborghini's Ad Personam personalization department, these two Sians couldn't look any more different. One car is finished in Grigio Nimbus grey with an exposed carbon weave roof and Rosso Mars red accents. Inside, the owner opted for a Nero Ade black interior with Rosso Alala contrasts. In contrast, the darker, more sinister-looking Sian's bodywork is finished in Nero Helene black with exposed carbon fiber applied to the hood, front lamp inserts, fenders, and engine cover.
Other highlights are finished in Oro Electrum gold metallic, which is applied to the alloy wheels, shod in bespoke Pirelli tires. The interior is just as striking as the exterior, trimmed in Nero Ade black leather with contrasting Oro Electrum gold stitching and highlights.
While each Sian will have a unique design specification, every example is powered by a hybrid supercapacitor powertrain combining a 6.5-liter V12 and a 48-volt e-motor delivering a combined 819 horsepower. This makes the Sian the most powerful and fastest Lamborghini ever, with a 0-62 mph time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of over 217 mph. If you were hoping to buy one, every example has already been sold, despite costing $3.7 million.