This Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is currently available from DuPont Registry with only 136 miles on the clock.
It’s beautiful and spotless, but it is also further proof that collectors basically never drive the supercars they buy.
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For the exterior, the owner opted for a bright shade of ocean blue with black carbon accents.
The interior follows the same color scheme with a combination of Alcantara and leather in blue and black.
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To top it all off, you’ve got some beautiful gold touches for the door panels, the gear selector and the center console.
The same gold hue was used for the wheels.
The Lambo you see here was purchased new in 2020 but the 6.5-liter V12 that lives under the hood hasn’t really had a chance to stretch its legs.
It’s a shame considering the 808-hp unit that powers it is actually Lambo’s first-ever hybrid powertrain.
It’s always telling when a car of this caliber is sold with just a few miles under its belt after three years.
It means the owner likely parked it in an air-conditioned garage on day one and only moved it around to have it serviced.
This is always going to be a point of contention because ideally, car lovers believe supercars should be driven.
The Sián is not only expensive and rare, it is also one of those vehicles you can buy only when and if the automaker approves the purchase.
And it was definitely a sound investment for the seller.
Back when it first launched, a brand-new Sián had an MSRP of $3.2 million.
The model you see here is priced upon request but it’ll certainly cost more than that.
Just last month, a 2021 Lamborghini Sián with 273 miles sold for more than $5 million.