Sian is the first hybrid production vehicle of the brand. The total power output of the sain is 604kw, making it the most powerful production Lamborghini.
Sian FKP 37 has a wheelbase of 2,700mm(106.3in) , length of 4,980mm(196.1in) , width of 2,101mm( 82.7in) and a height of 1,133mm(44.6in).
The production of the sian will be limited to 63 units. The car was officially unveiled to the public at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor show.
The name FKP 37 was given to sian to honour the late Volkswagen Group chairman Ferdinand piech. “FKP"are the initials of his name and “37” are the late two numbers of his birth year.
The Sián FKP 37 is the first super sports car powered by a V12 engine and hybrid technology based on supercapacitors. Its powerful V12 engine, coupled with electric boost, creates an unrivaled gem of engineering and technology.
The Design DNA of Lamborghini is taken to its peak levels: inspired by the Countach, the Sián FKP 37 has sharp lines, aerodynamic elegance and an unmistakable silhouette.
Its totally carbon fiber body leaves you breathless. The electrochromic roof and moving surfaces controlled by smart materials are sculpted by innovative lines. The Terzo Millennio-inspired headlights leave behind an indelible luminous signature that will shape future Lamborghini design.
Inside the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, luxurious Italian craftsmanship meets state-of-the-art technology with a cabin designed to provide a driving experience that combines adrenaline-charged acceleration with utmost comfort. Additionally, the passenger compartment features recurring design elements that reflect classic Lamborghini style, including Y-shaped features and hexagonal shapes, rendered to perfection with meticulous attention to every details.
The new Sián FKP 37 is able to fire up incredibly strong emotions. The most extraordinary innovation is the hybrid system, which delivers maximum power with minimal weight. The innovative, lightweight mild-hybrid architecture uses a lithium-ion supercapacitor, which is three times more powerful than a battery of the same weight. It is a low-voltage 48V system, enabling peak currents of up to 600A. Powered by this current, the electric motor delivers engine torque directly to the rear wheels, and during braking uses the inertia to recharge the capacitor. The electrical power flow is symmetrical, for the same efficiency during the charge and discharge cycles, without overheating.
With the Sián FKP 37, a new autonomous technology is entering the automotive world. At the back of the engine hood are autonomous vent flaps actuated by smart materials that are temperature sensitive by nature. These flaps open independently when the temperature around the exhausts becomes too extreme, without the aid of electric controls and sensors, relying only on the thermal distortion of the material. With its carbon-fiber monocoque, titanium intake valves, active aerodynamics and rear wheel steering, the Sián FKP 37 employs cutting edge technology everywhere - not only in the world’s first supercapacitor hybrid system.
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