The entire world stood awed when Italian supercar maker Lamborghiniunveiled the Sesto Elemento at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The name ‘Sesto Elemento’ means ‘Sixth Element’ in Italian and refers to Carbon, which is the sixth element in the periodic table.
This also points to the high usage of Carbon Fibre in the car’s production. It was being said that the Sesto Elemento would be produced only for track duty and the production will be limited to just 20 units. As with most high budget, low production hypercars, all 20 of these already stand taken.
Now, the first ever spy pic of a production spec Sesto Elemento has emerged on the cyber space. The production spec Sesto Elemento was spotted on a flat bed in Wörthersee.
Powering the Sesto Elemento is a 5.2-liter V10 motor that has been borrowed from the Gallardo. Sesto Elemento’s engine has a max power output of 570bhp, which coupled with 999kg kerb weight, endows the car with a power to weight ratio of about 570bhp per tonne. !
The Sesto Elemento can dismiss 100kmph in just 2.5 seconds and has a top whack of 350kmph.
Pic- LG Photography