Bad News If You're Trying To Get On On The Sesto Elemento Waiting List


Better move fast if you have $2.2 million lying around.

An anonymous car collector in Hong Kong has just gotten their hands on a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento that’s fresh out of the autoclave. This is a bittersweet moment. It’s like when your celebrity crush gets married to a bland sharp-chinned Ken doll, and even though you know you didn’t have a chance, something in you still had hope. Regardless, we congratulate and commend the mystery Hong Kong resident for their newest purchase of the anorexic Lamborghini.

Weighing a single ton, the "Sixth Element" has a 5.2-liter V10 spewing 562 horsepower and 398 pound feet of torque to really drive home the point that it’s well acquainted with the extremes. It isn’t clear if the car will become a garage queen or serve duty on the track because Lamborghini Hong Kong wouldn’t spill the beans on who got custody of the baby from the Lambo-Boeing Aerospace partnership. All that is known is that the lucky new owner is an avid car collector who probably fell in love with the car in 2012 when Lamborghini held a preview in Hong Kong for potential buyers. Only twenty of them will be made, so if you have $2.2 million to spend on a whole lotta carbon, send your order soon.

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