And, it’s said to only have delivery mileage too!

If you’ve been waiting for one of the world’s rarest unicorns to pop up for sale, then I’ve got good news for you. What you’re looking at is a 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. It’s one of only 20 that were ever produced and is, according to the seller, the only Sesto Elemento in existence whose odometer still registers only with delivery mileage. It reads only 198 km or 123 miles. For those of you who don’t know, that means that once the current owner took delivery, this track-only beast was caged and never set free to do what it was built to do – decimate any track it lays rubber on. The car is still in 100-percent factory condition and comes with the usual authenticity documents and full paperwork.

But, that’s not the only cool thing about this particular model. The showroom that has this Sesto Elemento listed for sale claims that it can arrange to provide a street legal conversion for this rare machine. Opting for the conversion would make it the only street-legal Sesto Elemento on the planet. There’s no word as to what company would be making this conversion or how much it would cost, but a similar program for the McLaren P1 GTR from Lanzante Motorsport will set you back just over $300,000. One of the biggest hurdles would be integrating airbags into the vehicle – one of the reasons why Lambo itself produced this car with the intent of keeping it on the track only. The selling price for this beauty is set at €2,400,000 or about $2.6 million. That’s not bad considering it was rumored to cost around $2.8 million when it was initially released, along with another example selling for $3.3 million (albeit with fewer miles) back in 2015.

Keep reading to learn more about the Sesto Elemento.

A Rare Find

Car for Sale: 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Exterior High Resolution
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It’s not very often a car like this is for sale, let alone one that is being offered along with the option to have it made road legal. They’ll even ship it worldwide if you’re really willing to pump out the $2.6 million the current owner is asking. The Sesto Elemento started out as just a concept back in late 2010, and shortly thereafter, Lambo decided it would do a limited production run, but because of issues with airbags, it wasn’t worth the time to make it road legal. So, with that in mind, it isn’t surprising when this thing has never been driven – I’d have a hard time taking a $2.6-million car to the track myself.

They’ll even ship it worldwide if you’re really willing to pump out the $2.6 million the current owner is asking.

Both the concept and the production model were powered by a 5.2-liter V-10 that delivered 570 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. With a curb weight of just 2,202 pounds – thanks to all of that CFRP developed by Boeing and Lambo – the Sesto Elemento is able to hit 62 mph in 2.5 seconds and top speeds in excess of 210 mph. All told, it has a power-to-weight ratio of 3.86 pounds per horsepower and 109.6 horsepower per liter of displacement – if you don’t know, that’s a lot. Shifting duties are handled by an e-gear transmission with paddle shifters, which Lambo promised could out-shift any human with a manual.

Car for Sale: 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Interior High Resolution
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What do you think about this find? If you had the cheddar, would you make yourself the happy new owner of this Sesto Elemento? Let us know in the comments section below.

2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento here.

Source: James Edition

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