Sesto Elemento Arrives in London


Lamborghini’s $2.2 million hypercar has landed in the English capital, making a less-than-gracious entrance.

Lamborghini will make just twenty examples of its breathtaking Sesto Elemento, and the model that is currently making its way around the world recently landed in London. Supercar spotter Shmee150 was standing by when the lightweight Lambo was being offloaded from a trailer and into a London showroom. Powered by a Gallardo-sourced naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10, good for 570 hp and just under 400 lb-ft of torque, it can sprint from 0-62 mph in only 2.4 seconds thanks to its 2,202-lb curb weight.

Unfortunately the $2.2-million carbon-fiber Sesto Elemento isn't road legal, so the engine remained switched off and instead it was left to hand-power to shift the supercar to the dealership. Even moving at a snail's pace, five guys couldn't prevent the ultra-low supercar's lip spoiler from scraping the sidewalk.

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