The Lamborghini Sián Goes Topless for the First Time Since Its Debut

Following the success of its first-ever hybrid supercar in 2019, the Lamborghini Sián goes topless for the first time since its debut. The all-new limited edition model delivers the marque’s famed performance with unique hybrid technologies in a roofless design.

Lamborghini releases its first open-top hybrid super sports car.
Lamborghini releases its first open-top hybrid super sports car. Image courtesy of Luxuo

Heavily influenced by the first Countach from 1974, the Sián roadster is conceptualized to be a futuristic interpretation of the coupe, with six retro-inspired hexagonal taillights, airstreamers, an integrated fibre splitter, and Y-shaped headlights.

The Lamborghini Sián Roadster
With only ’19 examples’ the Sián Roadster is a limited edition and is the first hybrid super sports car to feature a supercapacitor. Image courtesy of Luxuo

Power-packed with a V12 engine and 48-volt e-motor, this 819 horsepower supercar both supports low-speed manoeuvres such as reversing and parking, as well as, high-speed travel of up to 217 mph. Storing 10 times the power of a lithium-ion battery, the Sián roadster’s 34kg battery is expected to be at least three times lighter than its conventional alternatives.

The Lamborghini Sián's design features long, sculpted contours and distinctive aero wings
The Sián’s design features long, sculpted contours and distinctive aero wings. Image courtesy of Luxuo

Featuring long sculpted contours alongside aero wings which create a powerful profile and reflect back to the Countach – the car’s design showcases hints of an optimized aerodynamic body, where airflow is directed through the splitter, front bonnet, side outlets, and rear spoiler.

The interior of the Lamborghini Sián
The interior features sophisticated designs such as the air vents produced by special 3D printing that allows the customer’s initials to be incorporated into the vent’s design. Image courtesy of Luxuo

Available to be coated in any personalized colour of choice, the roadster’s open-top cabin design incorporates a mix of new technologies and highly emotional styling, which includes 3D printed air vents, a regenerative braking system, and aluminium details painted in gold which adorn elements such as the control panel.

Source: Luxuo

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