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Lamborghini Sian introduced in Frankfurt

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Combining the iconic V12 engine with hybrid technology, Sian is the most powerful Lamborghini ever produced with a total power output of 819 Hp.

The fastest Lamborghini model of all time , Sian was built with a new futuristic design. Although the model is based on the brand's style DNA, it opens the door to a new era with its design. Featuring today's most iconic V12 Lamborghini engine, Sián is a cutting-edge engineering product with unique hybrid technologies that gives the extraordinary feel and extraordinary dynamic performance of the naturally aspirated Lamborghini super sports car, while preparing for a future where demand will shift to electric motors.

Only 63 units will be produced

Lamborghini Sián's dynamism and intriguing technology are evident in his design. What's more, Sián represents a new level of haute couture: each of the 63 masterpiece cars will be designed by the owner of the Lamborghini Centro Stile in collaboration with the Lamborghini Ad Personam to create a customized design.

The Verde Gea (green) colored and custom-designed car will be seen at the IAA Motor Show in Frankfurt with Oro Electrum (electric yellow) details. once again underlines what it is targeting. Featuring a highly valuable multi-layer paint with gold particles and gold crystals, this feature complements the elegant interior. In the cockpit, aniline leather upholstery dominates the 'Terra di Sant'Agata Bolognese' color, which was specially developed and used for the first time in 3D printed production.

Hybrid power for best performance

Sián derives its power from the V12 engine, the peak of today's Lamborghini engines, and develops a new powertrain for super sports cars. The new and unique hybrid system focuses on providing the highest power with the lightest solution.

A 48-volt electric motor was added to the transmission for 34 hp for fast response and improved performance. This is the first time a direct connection between the electric motor and the wheels has been established in a low-voltage hybrid car. The electric motor also supports low-speed maneuvers with electric power, such as turning and parking.

Energy collection technology is also the first in the world. Instead of carrying a lithium-ion battery, Sián breakthroughs the super-capacitor application. The super capacitor is a technology that was originally pioneered by Lamborghini Aventador, but has been greatly improved by increasing its power storage capacity tenfold. The super capacitor is three times stronger than a battery of the same weight and three times lighter than a battery that produces the same power. The supercapacitor in the bulkhead between the cockpit and the engine ensures perfect weight distribution. The electrical system, which weighs only 34 kg, including the super capacitor and the electric motor, provides a very high power-to-weight ratio of 1.0 kg/hp. Thanks to the symmetrical power transmission, both charging and discharging cycles can be realized with the same efficiency.

This advanced technology combines with the V12 engine. The V12 engine with titanium intake valves and optimized to deliver 785 hp (577 kW) at 8,500 rpm thus reflects the highest output power in a Lamborghini engine unit. Considering the additional 34 hp from the hybrid system, Sián has a total power of 819 hp (602 kW) and yet delivers the unique emotional resonance expected from a Lamborghini engine. Due to the intensive use of lightweight materials, Sián's power-to-weight ratio is better than that of the Aventador SVJ. Sián has a top speed exceeding 350 km/h.

The innovative system also provides instant acceleration at low gears with improved traction thanks to the combination of the V12 engine and the hybrid system. This makes Sián the fastest accelerating Lamborghini to date, reaching 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2.8 seconds. The development of flexible maneuvers can be seen more clearly. Compared to the Aventador SVJ, traction in third gear increases by up to 10 percent, while the acceleration time from 30 to 60 km/h is reduced by 0.2 seconds. The electric motor increases traction at higher gears and at lower speeds by up to 20 percent compared to the Aventador SVJ, while reducing the acceleration time from 70 to 120 km/h by 1.2 seconds.

Sián design on the road to the future

Lamborghini Sián has a visionary and futuristic design combined with extraordinary aerodynamic solutions. Siñán's profile, inspired by the Countach, can be chosen from Gandini's lines. The car's silhouette features new features such as characteristic aero wings, which give Sián a profile that makes it impossible to mix it with another car.

Lamborghini's iconic 'Y' shape can be seen at the NACA air intakes on the doors. Engine cover glass elements, the hood, such as Countach'te diagonal lines are.

Like Countach, Sián's design is simple and tidy thanks to its long, sharp and carefully shaped lines. 'Y' shaped headlamps stand out in the low front bumper with integrated carbon fiber wind deflector. These headlights are used for the first time to reflect the signature design of the headlights, which were originally designed for the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio.

On the extreme and muscular rear of the car, the hexagonal design associated with Lamborghini and six hexagonal taillights inspired by the Countach stand out. The rear wing is integrated into the profile and only opens to improve performance while driving.

On the roof, the Countach has a 'Periscopio' tunnel consisting only of the rear window, and this tunnel comes to the forefront as a bold feature, connecting both the rear engine hatch lathes and important components that contribute to the aerodynamic efficiency of the car.

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