Acceleration is brutally quick, and the cacophony of noise coming from behind you is extraordinary.
Around the back, a pop-up spoiler that rises to sit flush with the carbon fins either side, is the obvious party piece, but we prefer the four square cut-outs just below the slatted engine cover.
We look forward to seeing future iterations of this technology to provide even more impressive Lamborghinis.
Rather, it juts straight out, encompassing the taillights.
Via TheStradman on YouTube It's too bad TheStradman wasn't able to test the Lambo Sian to its full speed no thanks to the 20 mph speed limit.
It's taken some time, but the Lamborghini Sian is the Italian marque's first production hybrid car, and also the company's most powerful road car ever.
The downside of Corsa mode is that the car is extremely stiff in this configuration, so it's best avoided on harsh surfaces.
This system improves agility at low speeds, while providing optimum vehicle control and greater stability at highway speeds.
The touchscreen can also display, in real-time, the status of the supercapacitor.
A transparent "Peroscopio" glass panel runs from the centre of the roof and rolls back into the slatted engine cover adds light and visibility for the occupants, and the six hexagonal taillights are an inspiration from the.
The total power output is 819 PS, making the Sián the most powerful production Lamborghini.
Description: Sport is a good blend of the two extremes, eliciting sharper throttle responses.