Lamborghini's well received concept car the Sesto Elemento will survive the gamete that slays most concept supercars before they hit the physical market, and is set to be released in an actually driveable version! The supercar is nothing short of mind-blowingly powerful - powered by a 570 horsepower V10 engine the luxury car is so fast it is not even street legal.
Yes, two million dollars plus is a hefty investment for a car that is only built for the race track, but its specs are so elite Lambo's new car is bound to be the new power toy of the world's wealthiest select few. The Sesto Elemento is so rare that only twenty versions of the car will be built -how is that for a VIP club?
Accelerating from zero to sixty in less than 2.6 seconds, Lambo's car is sure to beat any competitor on the track. Part of the Sesto's brilliant design comes form its uniquely formed body structure. Forged entirely out of carbon fibre - including the body, wheels and suspension system - the powerful car is one of the lightest cars on the planet, weighing less than Honda's micro car the Fit. This lightweight shell is what allows the supercar to reach such stellar speeds in such short time spans.
While the luxury ride looks amazing and is as speedy -and flashy - as lightning, it is not the safest car in existence. In fact the car was not equipped with air bags or safety equipment which makes it an illegal street car in the U.S. and Europe.
So for those few renegade millionaires who have a penchant for glamorous speed with a shot of risk, look no farther than Lamborghini’s Sesto Elemento for your joy ride- du jour.