When Lamborghini announced that it was commemorating its 50th anniversary with style reserved only for the Italian automaker, a lot of people were expecting the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento to finally show its production face. Well, you’re going to get your wish.

Each priced at around $2.2 million and limited to only 20 units, the Sesto Elemento will be produced at five different build stations at the automaker’s new Pre-Series Center. Once each Sesto Elemento is ready, Lambo will use 24 bright lights to inspect every nook and cranny of the supercar to ensure that there are no imperfections.

Unfortunately, each of the 20 Sesto Elementos already have an owner, so if you’re looking to score one, your best bet is to probably give the reserved owner an offer he can’t refuse.

For those that don’t recall, the Sesto Elemento weighs in at a svelte 999 pounds and carries a V-10 engine that twists out 570 Nm (420 pound-feet) of torque. With its powerful V-10 engine and lightweight carbon-fiber-reinforced-plastic body, the Sesto Elemento can hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.5 seconds and can hit a top speed in excess of 320 km/h (198 mph).


Source: Autoblog.Nl

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  (305) posted on 01.7.2013

Sesto Senso...that’s like the Sixth Sense, right?
Incredible and astonishing.I would die to test one of these!

  (422) posted on 01.7.2013

No, Gary, but be patient, there will come up some more

  (305) posted on 01.7.2013

Completely surprising design!Does anybody know where I can find some more pictures of this car?

  (302) posted on 01.7.2013

Alex, you cannot hide such a beautiful thing!!

  (312) posted on 01.7.2013

100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.5 seconds ??
This is pure madness.
This car must stay protected somewhere, not to be driven!

  (302) posted on 01.7.2013

It’s a shame there are so few, but they look incredible!
I’m wondering if I would ever get to see one alive!!

  (305) posted on 01.7.2013

2.2 million $ and you should make an offer to one of the lucky owners he cannot refuse?
And that would be..

  (422) posted on 01.7.2013

Not even James Bond can imagine driving such a space shift!
I’m impressed

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