The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is an incredibly rare supercar.
So rare, the Autotrader website doesn’t even list it as a model to search for.
In fact, we’re not quite sure how we stumbled upon the example that’s currently for sale on there.
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Although the advert states it’s an Aventador, it’s actually a Sián FKP 37.
If you know your Lambos, you’ll know production was limited to only 63 units of the Coupe and 19 units of the Roadster.
All 99 units had already been sold even before the official unveiling at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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Hopefully that paints a clear picture of just how special this Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 really is.
Not just that, but the fact it’s only got delivery miles on its clocks, too.
Registered in March 2021, this particular example has only covered 273 miles (~439 kilometers) since new.
Finished in Nero Helene with a dedicated livery and fading, it’s a carbon fiber lovers delight.
The front hood, interior fender, engine hood, rocker cover, and front lamp are all finished in carbon fiber.
On the inside, the interior is upholstered in Nero Alcantara and leather, with stitching and contrast in Oro Electrum, and a rose gold center console insert.
The car is offered for sale with two keys, a book pack including owners manual, and other reference material.
Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 performance
The Sián is the first production Lamborghini to feature electrification.
It’s not an old hybrid system either – it used lithium-ion supercapacitors instead of a normal battery pack.
It possesses a tuned version of the Aventador SVJ’s 6.5-liter, naturally aspirated V12, producing 774 bhp on its own.
To that is added another 34 bhp of electrical oomph for a total of 808 bhp, which is a lot.
Enough for 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in less than 2.8 seconds and a top speed of around 220 mph (354 km/h).
What’s the cost?
Well, you’re going to need pretty deep pockets if you’re to afford this Lamborghini Sián FKP 37.
It’s priced at a cool £4,000,000 plus VAT (20%), which equates to $5,913,648 based on today’s exchange rate.