Why Lamborghini’s First Hybrid Is Bad For The Environment

The Lamborghini FKP 37 Sián is the automaker’s first hybrid. Unlike most hybrids, the Sián isn’t eco-friendly. Instead of a battery pack, Lamborghini is the first automaker to incorporate a supercharger to assist with powering the car. While a supercapacitor plays a large part in making the Sián the fastest production Lamborghini ever, it falls short on mileage and overall fuel-efficiency. The incorporation of new technology is impressive, but it doesn’t outperform other hybrids in its class like the Porsche 918 spyder.

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Why Lamborghini’s First Hybrid Is Bad For The Environment