A Nonexistent Lamborghini Costs €4 Million

We are speaking about the limited edition Lamborghini Sian FKP 37, which was already sold out before its official premiere.

A total of 63 cars were planned to be produced. The exact price and release date were never announced. The new model is Lamborghini’s first mass-produced hybrid and most powerful car in history. Lucky customers paid more than €2 million for the vehicle.

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One of these supercars appeared on Mobile de. Its seller is Mansory, a tuning studio. The German company is famous for extravagant approach to restyling cars. In fact, the design studio sells not a car itself, but rather a place in the queue. The Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 has not even been shipped from the factory in Sant'Agata Balognese, which is now idle. Despite this, Mansory plans to make good money on it. The company is asking €3.17 million, excluding taxes and fees, and €3.77 million with them. A new FKP 37 is promised to be delivered in June.

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The Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 is equipped with an 819-hp powertrain consisting of a 6.5-liter 785-hp V12, 34-hp electric motor and a 7-speed automatic transmission. A 0-100 km/h time is 2.8 seconds. A top speed is 350 km/h.

It is worth noting that the Sian is not the most expensive model based on the Aventador: the Veneno roadster costs more than €4 million. Only 9 examples were built.

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