Lamborghinis by definition are outrageous in the best possible way, but the Sesto Elemento is even more insane and it’s also one of the quickest accelerating cars ever made. Only 20 of them were ever made so this is as exclusive as it gets, although only very few people in the world can actually afford it. This particular car was bought purely as an investment as it hasn’t been driven at all and it’s now for sale.
When Lamborghini introduced the production version, they announced a price tag of almost €2 million (139.7 million INR), but now this seller wants no less than €3 million (209.6 million INR) which sounds crazy, but chances are the car’s value will increase with time, if it won’t be driven at all and will be kept in pristine condition as it is now.
What makes the Sesto Elemento so special? Well, just look at it. Aside from the stunning exterior body and futuristic interior cabin, the track-only beast is also extremely light as it tips the scales at only 999 kg. Lamborghini’s engineers were able to squeeze in the naturally aspirated V10 5.2-liter engine which outputs a massive 570 bhp and 540 Nm of torque.
The performance figures are mind-boggling as the Sesto Elemento will run the 0-100 kmph sprint in only 2.5 seconds and will keep on accelerating until it hits a maximum speed in excess of 300 kmph.
The listing mentions this particular car is the only one for sale in the entire world, so the person who has the necessary funds to acquire it will be entering a very exclusive club of only 20 members who all have agreed to pay an exorbitant price tag for what can be described as the ultimate track toy from Italy’s Sant’Agata Bolognese, home of Lamborghini.