The Danish company has not yet revealed the name of the car, but most likely we are talking about the Lamborghini Sián, presented last fall. Three rays of light hint at this, which diverge in different directions from the car and resemble Sián headlights.
Sián is not only the first production Lamborghini hybrid in history, but also the most powerful car in the lineup. It is driven by a power plant, including a 785-strong “aspirated” V12 with a volume of 6.5 liters and an electric motor with a capacity of 34 forces. Moreover, the latter is directly connected to the wheels, so that the hypercar can move at low speed and reverse in one electric traction.