Just a few days after a bright orange Lamborghini Sian landed in California, another Sian has been delivered in the United States, this time to the Lamborghini Broward dealership in Florida.
The individual who ordered this Sian clearly wanted to make a statement and commissioned Lamborghini to clad the exterior in beautiful matte carbon fiber that suits the stealthy looks of the hypercar and no doubt cost a pretty penny.
As incredible as the exposed carbon fiber is, however, that’s not the most interesting aspect of this Sian. Lamborghini’s expert craftsman have somehow been able to blend gold/bronze accents into the carbon fiber body that slowly transition from being fully painted to the aforementioned matte carbon fiber finish. Parts clad in this interesting color include the front splitter, the center section of the hood, roof, A-pillars, sides, and the rear diffuser.
Completing the wild looks are a set of wheels with matching bronze spokes.
The Lamborghini Sian isn’t just interesting because of its futuristic looks but because of what is going on beneath its wild bodywork. Like the Aventador, the Sian is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine but unlike any other Lamborghini, this engine is coupled to a mild-hybrid system that includes a 48-volt, 34 hp electric motor and a supercapacitor as opposed to a more traditional lithium-ion battery pack. All up, the car delivers 808 hp, allowing it to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 2.8 seconds and a 217 mph (350 km/h) top speed.