Rare 2021 Lamborghini Sian Hits Broad Arrow Auctions’ 2024 Block, Aiming for Over $3 Million!

The Car Is Available with 244 miles on odometer, and in original Rosso Efesto/Carbon color scheme

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During this weekend’s Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, a striking 2021 Sián coupe adorned in red paint blending seamlessly into exposed carbon fiber will go under the hammer at Broad Arrow Auctions. This particular Sián, one of only 63 ever produced, is housed in the Racer X Collection near Chicago.

Update 5th March 2024: The 2021 Lamborghini Sian, with 244 miles on the odometer, sold for an astonishing $2,645,000!

Price Tag vs. Rarity: Justifying the Sián’s Value

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Expected to fetch between $3 million and $3.75 million, this coupe’s price might appear steep, but it’s justified given its original $3.6 million price tag and $237,000 worth of optional features. With just 244 miles on the odometer, this Sián has been meticulously maintained.

Power and Performance: The Sián’s Hybrid Powertrain

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Despite sharing a platform with the Aventador, the Sián stands apart as Lamborghini’s first foray into electrification. Its hybrid powertrain, marrying a potent 6.5-liter V-12 engine with an electric motor, delivers an exhilarating 807 hp. This blend of traditional power and cutting-edge technology propels the Sián from 0 to 62 mph in under 2.8 seconds, with a top speed exceeding 217 mph.

But what truly sets the Sián apart is its innovative supercapacitor technology, providing bursts of power without compromising performance. Charged during braking, this system ensures the Sián maintains its lightning-fast acceleration without needing conventional batteries.

Beyond the Sián: Other Automotive Marvels at Broad Arrow Auctions

The upcoming Broad Arrow Auctions event is set to showcase a range of rare and unique automobiles, including the highly sought-after Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport from the Racer X Collection and a Porsche 959 that was reportedly used by Nissan during the development of the R32-generation Skyline GT-R. These exceptional vehicles not only represent automotive innovation and history but also offer a glimpse into the world of automotive excellence. The event promises to be a must-attend for car enthusiasts and collectors, as it features some of the most iconic and coveted cars ever produced.