That’s why it’s so exciting that Lamborghini just released preliminary production specifications for its face-peeling Sesto Elemento supercar through the official Audi magazine.
|Lamborghini Sesto Elemento|
As you’ve probably guessed, the automaker is claiming the car can reach the 60 mph mark in that time. It also stays almost exactly the same as its concept car sibling which first bowed during the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Still, there are a couple of key differences.
|Stylish rear design|
First, the car will be stiffer than the concept. Second, it will be safer. Apart from that, it’s the same crazy looking, crazy-quick Italian demon as before.
|View from the top|
But what does that mean? Well, it sources power from a 5.2-liter V10 turning all four wheels through a six-speed automated manual which is similar to the powertrain on the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera.
|Body and wheels made by carbon fibre|
That means 562 hp and 398 lb-ft or torque which slings the car to speed so quickly because it only weighs 2,200 lbs. (907Kgs)
Unfortunately, the Sesto Elemento won’t be street legal. Lamborghini chose to make it a track-only car in order to keep it as close to the concept as possible.
|Unique sports seats|
Then again, you wouldn’t be likely to see one in the wild even if it were designed for street use. There will only be 20 built.
By luke Vandazane