The first production Lamborghini featuring carbon fiber components was the Countach Quattrovalvole in 1985. eGarage shows how three decades later, Lamborghini’s Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory is still busy making everything lighter and stronger right here in America.
The Air Force won’t sell you a F-117 stealth fighter, but you can buy the next best thing for only $3 million. A few days ago, a user on the 6 Speed Online forum, listed the all carbon-fiber Lamborghini Sesto Elemento for sale. This is one of 20 cars ever built, and according to the user, the only one available for…
What do you do if you wanted a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento but couldn't get one? You make one, of course. Out of a Volvo? Sure, because no one's going to be able to tell the difference.
570 horsepower in a mid-engined carbon fiber wonder weighing in at a svelte 2,200 lbs. That's pretty much all you need to know about the track-only Lamborghini Sesto Elemento.
Here we see a man pushing Lamborghini's lightweight Sesto Elemento through London's streets. Looks like typical Lamborghini reliability, no?
Meanwhile in Germany, Lamborghini officials also confirmed they will build 20 copies of the Sesto Elemento, the carbon-fiber widget powered by the Gallardo's 570 hp V-10.
German premium auto dealer Auto Salon Singen listed an interesting car on their website this week: the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. They say Lamborghini's selling ten of the V10-powered lightweight supercars for a crazy sum of $3 million each.
Lamborghini says the Sesto Elemento will hit 60 MPH in 2.5 seconds and weighs 2,200lbs thanks to a whole bunch of carbon. But it's just a concept based on a Gallardo with not even an ounce of reality, right?
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento finally bared itself to the world in Paris, sporting 570 hp and carbon fiber everything. Pardon us if we feel the stripping was not worth the teasing.
There's a good chance all of those Lamborghini teasers are the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento concept. If leaked rumors are correct this is an all carbon fiber car weighing 999 kg (2,200 pounds) with a V10 powerplant. Sixth element, indeed.