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Brand New Lamborghini Sian With Zero Driven Record Is Up For Sale In Dubai

VIP Motors in Dubai has an impressive inventory of supercars and hypercars. However, there’s one special car that really stands out. It’s a 2022 Lamborghini Sian, and there’s a very good reason.

This Lamborghini Sian features a rather expensive spec. It has exposed carbon fibre bodywork with green accents. The front splitter, side skirts, the underside of the rear wing and its side elements are painted green. The wheels are finished in copper, which has also been replicated on other parts like the mirrors, fuel cap and even the ‘Lamborghini’ logo at the rear.

The interior of the Sian features a dual-tone color scheme of black Alcantara and bright green, along with subtle bronze touches on the centre console and door panels.

Cosmetic elements aside, the Sian is Lamborghini’s first mild-hybrid supercar. It is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 785 hp @ 8500 rpm and 531 lb-ft @ 6750 rpm. A 48 V electric motor adds another 34 hp and 28 lb-ft of torque for a combined output figure of 819 hp. It uses a supercapacitor instead of a conventional lithium-ion battery.

Crucially, this particular car is virtually brand new. The seller claims it has 0 miles on the odometer, which means it has never been driven. The asking price is $4.35 million.

Now, we’ve seen low-mileage Sian come up for sale before. Last year, an orange example with 233 miles was offered for $4 million.

Image Source: Dmitry Eagle Orlov / Shutterstock

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