It is often rare to find a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento up for sale, especially if it only has 123 miles on its odometer. In fact, this up for sale Lambo is priced at around $2.6million and is in Dubai.
Being a limited edition, as there were only 20 lightweight super machines ever built by Lambo, it's such an awesome sight to see that one is being sold with its original mileage. Talk about garage display. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is equipped with a 5.2-liter V10 engine from Gallardo mated to a 6-speed automated manual gearbox. It delivers 570 horses and 400 lb-ft of torque.
With just a curb weight of over 2,200 pounds, this Lambo uses extensive carbon fiber. In fact, its driveshaft, chassis, body, and parts of its suspension are made from lightweight materials. And if you think about it, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento's low mass and high output allow this beast to reach a 0 to 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds.
There is also an engineering company, the seller claims to have contact with, to convert the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento into a road-legal vehicle from its original track-only. Well, if you have $2.6million to spare right now, why not go for it?
But don't just stop there. And if you have around $309,000, which is cost for transforming the McLaren P1 GTR into a street-legal vehicle by Lanzante Motorsport (for reference only), then you'd be the very first owner of a Sesto Elemento that can cruise along the street, legally, in the world. But the listing didn't specify which engineering firm would perform the conversion.
However, MotorAuthority pointed out something odd about the Sesto Elemento that's up for sale. According to the report, this Lambo is being offered by Knight International and says that the hypercar is in Dubai. But the pictures look similar as those of a for sale Sesto Elemento on Craigslist, which was in Seattle, Washington, and only has 118 miles on its odometer.
The asking price for that Sesto Elemento was $4.5 million. So, could they be the same Lamborghini Sesto Elemento? Regardless, a $2.6 million price tag is better than that $4.5 million though. To remind yourself of what this car was like, check out this video of the sexy Sesto Elemento.