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Lamborghini Sesto Elemento could hit the market at the end of 2011

in Auto
by Nicole
May 6, 2011 at 3:56 am

The Elemento Sesto concept could be produced by Lamborghini in an extremely limited number, like the Reventon.

The supercar will be intended only for use on the circuit.

Aventador’s launch this spring at the Geneva Motor Show and then its promotion on all media made the public forget about another exceptional product signed by Lamborghini: the Elemento Sesto concept, which will exposed in autumn 2010 at the Paris Salon.

Several sources connected to the Italian manufacturer argued that the design and engineering exercise will hit the streets in an extremely limited number, like the old Reventon. Unlike the old supercar, Sesto Elemento would be dedicated solely to running on the track.

Although there is no official confirmation of the information, the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport claims that we might actually see Sesto Elemento on the circuit later this year. Production will be very limited as the number of copies won’t go beyond 20. The price will be very spicy, estimated at 2.8 million dollars.

For that amount, customers will receive a futuristic design, but also a supercar with a total mass of only 1,000 kilograms. Powered by a 570 horsepower V10 engine, Sesto Elemento will be capable of reaching 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds.

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