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Here's a Couple of 808-HP Lamborghini Sian Hybrids Enjoying the London High-Life

Usually, the delivery of two cars somewhere in London by a local dealer is nothing to write home about. Given that we’re dealing not with one, but two examples of the exceedingly rare Lamborghini Sián series, the situation changes dramatically. Just take a look at the spectacular gallery to see by how much.
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The Sant'Agata Bolognese-based supercar manufacturer first presented the Sián as the “most powerful and fastest accelerating Lamborghini ever” at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. It impressed the audience not just with the usual styling that has become a staple of the VW AG-owned carmaker, but also with the “unique supercapacitor-equipped hybrid powertrain.

Thanks to the latter, the Sián became the first electrified supercar from Lambo, capable of delivering 819 PS (808 hp) through a careful combination of the well-known 6.5-liter V12 engine and a 48V e-motor.

That would be enough for another crop of outstanding performance credentials, chief among them being the zero to 62 mph (100 kph) sprint time of 2.8 seconds and the maximum speed of at least 217 mph (349 kph).

By the way, all 63 units have already been sold, and now Lamborghini is underway with first customer deliveries. Cue in the Lamborghini London dealership operated by H.R. Owen, which is responsible for all Sián deliveries in the United Kingdom.

Just three of them are earmarked for the UK, and the first two examples crossed the English Channel this very month. The moment was celebrated in a spectacular way by Lamborghini, with the Siáns teaming up for a “world-first twin photoshoot” of well-known London landmarks such as The O2 or the Tower Bridge.

After ogling at the stunning London backdrop, we noticed the two Sián units are a bit different one from another. The lighter example is dressed up in Grigio Nimbus with Rosso Mars details, while the other sports a contrasting Nero Helene/Oro Electrum body.

That would be thanks to each hybrid supercar going through a full customization program courtesy of Lamborghini’s design center and the Ad Personam department. As such, the interiors are also different - Nero Ade with Rosso Alala and Nero Ade/Oro Electrum, respectively.

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