Soon anyone can drive the Lamborghini Sian Roadster!
In case you missed it, the Italian exotic car manufacturer Lamborghini unveiled the Sian Roadster last evening. Apart from the fact that it looks futuristic, what makes it special and exclusive is that only 19 specimens will be rolled out. While Lamborghini has not disclosed the price, it is rumoured to be around Rs 28 crore, excluding import duties and taxes. And now coming to the headline of this article. Nope, we are not doing a giveaway. However, popular video game manufacturer CSR (custom street racing) has recently announced that the Lamborghini Sian Roadster will be available on its gaming platform.
The @lamborghini Sián Roadster is adrenaline-fuelled speed right from the moment the lights turn green, a fusion of exquisite Italian craftsmanship paired with an elegant and unique aerodynamic design. Experience the new Sián Roadster soon on CSR2. #CSR2 https://t.co/CZcWXSnW5y pic.twitter.com/6PgTae81GP
- CSR Racing (@CSRRacing) July 8, 2020
"The @lamborghini Sián Roadster is adrenaline-fuelled speed right from the moment the lights turn green, a fusion of exquisite Italian craftsmanship paired with an elegant and unique aerodynamic design. Experience the new Sián Roadster soon on CSR2" was tweeted from the video game brand's official handle. The exact date for this update has still not been announced but we believe it should happen shortly and will be available on both iOS and Android platforms. From our previous experience with the game, we can surely expect precise detailing of the Lamborghini Sian Roadster hybrid in both external and internal appearances. Furthermore, there could be a host of customisation options to tweak gear ratios, tyre pressure, nitrous timings and more to suit your individual preferences
In terms of numbers of the real supercar, similar to the coupe, the hybrid roadster is powered with a 6.5-litre V12 from the Aventador SVJ with a combined power output is 819PS with 785PS coming from the V12. A 48V electric motor has been incorporated into the gearbox which allows for it to be directly connected to the wheels for the first time. Just this 34PS motor can be used during low-speed manoeuvres like parking and reversing. The claimed 0 to 100kmph timing is 2.9s, which is 0.1s more than the coupe while the top speed continues to be 350kmph. Read in detail about the supercar here.
Starts Rs 4.78 Crore
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