Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Pops Up For Sale On A Forum For $3 Million

Sometimes you can find an awesome car for sale on the most secluded parts of the internet.

Granted, a forum isn’t a weird place to be, but it is a weird place to sell a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. Yup, you read that right and the title is correct too.

One of the most exclusive and rarest of the raging bulls is offered up for sale on 6speedonline forum – a gathering platform for high-end supercar owners and exotica aficionados.

While the launch of the Sesto Elemento caused a stir among petrolheads, Lamborghini discretely produced 20 examples for their top notch, “financially qualified” customers – even though the owner modestly states that he’s just a regular fella:

“I am not royalty, I am just a normal person like you and everyone here. Nothing more, nothing less.”

Aren’t we all? Anyway, the car is practically brand new, being listed with delivery millage only. It’s garnished with carbon fiber – as its name suggests – and it’s priced at $3,000,000. Bear in mind, the outrageous automobile isn’t road legal, so a potential buyer will have to use it only on a track – or a private island; whatever works.

The perfect place for the 5.2 V10, 570 powerplant to put all its 570 horses on the asphalt through the AWD system. Weighing only 999 kilograms (2,202 lb), the car is cartoonishly fast, with a 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) acceleration time of just 2.5 seconds.

The sale process will be made through a non-disclosure system, ensuring the seller and the buyer’s anonymity. Hurry up, anons, the deal only lasts until July 31st.


  • Six_Tymes

    coolest lambo ever.

    • jarooo4

      Veneno is better in my opinion.

  • sanzo

    piece of crap

  • Mike Gonzalez

    best looking car in history

  • dzkdes

    Huracan will look a lot better with a wing and the same matte black

  • notworking

    €3 million is more like $3,3x
    Get your currency right!

  • fabri99

    I love the gearbox in-view on this thing!

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