The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is expected to see production limited to 20 (or less) units, carrying a price tag that could creep up on the $2 million mark – causing many to assume that this will replace the ultra-rare Reventon. Unfortunately, according to the folks at Autocar, the Sesto Elemento will be intended for track use only. This means that you won’t be likely to see this new Lambo rolling around your local streets and with a sticker price nearing a cool 2-mil, how many people are going to snatch them up for some raucous track use?
Perhaps the Sesto Elemento is more of a teaser of what is coming from Lamborghini in the next few years, as everyone is ready and waiting for the replacement to the long-running Murciélago. The Sesto Elemento shows just how light the company can make a supercar; now it’s just a matter of making a street legal version.