The latest limited production Lamborghini is this Sian Roadster announced last night. As the name suggests, it is the open version of the Sian announced last year. It combines Lamborhgini's howling naturally aspirated V12 engine with a mild hybrid system that features a 48v electric motor. The system output is 819 hp, which helps propel the Sian Roadster to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and on to a 350 km/h top speed. Just 19 examples of the strikingly styled Lamborghini will be built and each one has already been spoken for.
Lamborghini's parent company Audi offers a further peak at the future this week with the Q4 Sportback e-tron concept. It offers a clear indication what the production version of the all-electric Q4 Sportback will look like. It will be fitted with a choice of motors with the most powerful featuring two motors good for just over 300 hp, whereas the rear-wheel drive only version will have a range of over 500 km/h.
We have a soft spot for Chevrons and one of the great examples is the B21 sports racer. Developed from the B19, it was built for the 1972 European 2-Litre Championship. The example highlighted today was sold new to a Swiss privateer racer. It was fielded only a handful of times before it was modified to be fitted with a Tecno engine. The flat-eight proved troublesome, and was never fitted. The remains of the car were eventually sold to the current custodian, who had B21-72-25 meticulously restored to race winning condition.

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1972 Chevron B21 Cosworth

2020 Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron concept

2020 Lamborghini Sián Roadster