It has a small electric motor and remote-controlled scissor doors.
When Lamborghini revealed its new factory in 2017 prior to the unveiling of the Urus SUV, it was said to be able to produce 7,000 vehicles per year. That works out to approximately 20 vehicles per day. But there's another Lamborghini that is so special, it takes 65 days to construct. Behold this spectacular handmade Lamborghini Sian Roadster crafted from wood. This is much more than a wooden model car that you just look at and admire. No, this Sian has a small electric motor and is large enough for an adult to get into and drive.
The artist is said to have created this masterpiece for his son and it may just rank as the coolest gift ever. After making sure that the drivetrain operates and gets the base moving, the painstaking process of attaching and carving the body panels begins. It's all shared in a 15-minute video and it's well worth watching the entire process. The Sian Roadster's dramatic lines and scissor doors make it a fantastic choice for this ambitious project. In fact, the woodworker went as far as installing electric doors that can open automatically via remote control. The detailing is exceptional, with things like the seats and steering wheel standing out in the cabin.
Separate videos detail the construction of this Lambo's functional headlights, taillights, and gauge cluster that also has the ability to light up. Small rubber tires were also fitted, another example of this father's exceptional dedication. The talented artist also created other cars from wood like a beautiful BMW 328 Hommage.
As for the original Lamborghini Sian Roadster, well, it's easy to see why it was chosen for this project. The hybrid supercar not only looks spectacular but it produces 819 horsepower from the combination of a 6.5-liter V12 and a 48-volt electric motor. At around $3.7 million each, it will remain the preserve of the rich and famous, so it's particularly satisfying to see a much younger Lambo fan enjoy his very own Sian Roadster thanks to the efforts of his dad.