2021 Lamborghini Sián Prices, Reviews, and Pictures


The hybridized V-12 engine that powers the 2021 Lamborghini Sian’s striking hexagonal bodywork, and a host of air intakes, is hidden beneath its dramatic Sian 2021 Lamborghini. It produces 808 horsepower. This hypercar is a hybrid. This exotic is essentially a modified version of the Aventador. It comes in coupe or roadster forms, and Lambo has limited its production to just 82 copies. They are all gone. Each coupe is expected to cost around $3 million. The open-air model will be even more. The 2021 Sian is a high-performance, unique-looking machine that can be customized with a variety of customization options. The 2021 Sian is an electrifying Lamborghini and it also moves like lightning.

What’s new for 2021?

The Lamborghini 2021 Sian, a limited-production Lamborghini, aims to bridge the gap between the Aventador and the upcoming replacement.

Pricing and Which One To Buy

Lamborghini has not yet disclosed the price of the 2021 Sian coupe and roadster, but we think it is in the region of $3 million. The Ad Personam bespoke service by the Italian automaker allows buyers to customize these expensive rides with a variety of trim options and paint colours. Buyers can have their initials printed into 3-D-printed air vents. Lambo will only build 63 coupes, and 19 roadsters. All of these vehicles are sold out.

Performance, Transmission and Engine

The all-wheel-drive 2021 Sian is powered by an electric-assist 6.5-liter V-12 located in the middle. It produces a total of 808 horsepower. This makes it the most powerful Lamborghini production ever. The naturally aspirated V-12 produces a massive 774 horses. A 48-volt electric motor adds 34 horses to the engine and is integrated into the vehicle’s seven-speed automatic manual transmission. This hybrid is one of the most advanced on the planet. It uses a supercapacitor that’s stored in the bulkhead, instead of a traditional battery pack. This setup not only delivers superquick regenerative brake and acceleration but also reduces the harshness of shifting between shifts. We were inspired by V-12’s stunning soundtrack while we were in the driver’s chair of the coupe. It matched the V-12’s equally impressive acceleration. It should reach 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, and then accelerate to 220 mph. It’s difficult to place due to the Sian’s size (about 7 feet wide) as well as its low seating position. The stiff ride made it more painful than enjoyable. Although the Lambo cannot move on electricity alone like hybrid hypercars like the McLaren Artura and Ferrari SF90 Stradale, the hybrid system can aid in low-speed maneuvers.

Fuel Economy and Real World MPG

The Sian is still environmentally harmful despite its hybrid powertrain. According to the EPA, the electricly assisted V-12 will get 8 mpg in cities and 14 mpg highway. We will let you know how the Sian performs in real life if we have the chance to test it on our 75-mph highway fuel economy route.

Interior, Comfort, & Cargo

The Sian’s interior is a testament to its exotic beauty, with every surface covered in premium materials. Lamborghini offers customers the ability to customize their interior. A fully digital gauge cluster is displayed to the driver. The steering wheel has no buttons and features large paddle shifters. The climate system and selectable drive modes are controlled by physical buttons on the center console. There are also other functions. The Sian has a glovebox but no cupholders or small-item storage.

Connectivity and Infotainment

The Sian has a vertically-oriented infotainment touchscreen. We suspect that it also features Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa integration. An upgrade to the standard stereo system is possible for an additional cost.

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