The Sian is the first car to have a hybrid engine from Lamborghini It is actually the first commercial production car with a hybrid engine, the Lamborghini Asterion Concept actually, it is the first hybrid car bearing the logo of the raging bull.
A Lamborghini Asterion test run was revealed during the 2014 Paris International Motor Show, the purpose of which is, of course, to know how this class of cars performs when equipped with an electric motor.
Mechanically, the concept car has a 10-cylinder V10 engine with a capacity of 5.2 liters and is connected to three electric motors that help in achieving a deliberate weight distribution. The gearbox is made up of 7 ratios that are double-clutch and transmit torque for the four wheels.
The output power of the fuel engine in the Lamborghini Asterion test run is 600 hp and produces a torque of up to 560 Nm while the output power of the electric motors is 300 hp i.e. the total output power of up to 900 hp, which would achieve a breakthrough performance.
Looking at the front end of the Lamborghini Asterion Concept, a similarity can be seen with the Aventador, thanks to the presence of sharp-angle headlights and the front bumper, which has oblique lines to achieve smoothness.
On the side, the car shine thanks to the presence of the roof line that meets the bottom of the body in the shape of the letter A, very streamlined design, which helps to penetrate the air easily.
The rear side of the car is accentuated by the thin lights in the horizontal position and working with LED technology, which helps to provide the required lighting, as can be seen at the bottom, exhaust quadrants.
Among the things that distinguishes the back side is the presence of the hood, which contains a mix between carbon and transparent plastic to reveal the upper side of the engine, which helps in increasing the distinction.
The car’s interior, in turn, is characterized by a simple design, as instead of providing several buttons to control the functions, they are all integrated into the information system screen to facilitate control.
The cabin is also distinguished by the presence of a mixture between dark brown and beige throughout, to create a luxurious feel, as well as behind the seats there is a space reserved for luggage storage.
The reason Lamborghini did not enter the production model Asterion is the desire to focus on developing the Urus.