Have A Spare $3 Million? You Can Buy A Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

Although based around the Gallardo, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is the fastest-accelerating vehicle offered by the manufacturer to customers. Even the Aventador-based Veneno and Centenarios can’t keep up in a straight line.

What’s more, one could argue that the Sesto Elemento is the most bespoke limited-run model Lamborghini has produced in recent times. Unlike the Reventon, Veneno and Centenario, the Sesto Elemento shares no exterior and interior components with the model it is based on, making it incredibly desirable and true jewel of Lamborghini’s family.

Now, one unit has hit the used car market in London and if you’re willing to part with almost $3 million, it could be yours.

Listed by Opulent Automotive on James Edition, the Sesto Elemento in question is said to be available for immediate delivery and has just 10 km on the clock, making it a very unique offering for any Lamborghini enthusiast that missed out on the initial allocation.

Unfortunately, the Sesto Elemento isn’t road legal, meaning it can only be used on a racetrack. But as track toys go, it’s hard to find something better than this.

* Note – the seller did not include any pictures of the actual car for sale. The following images are from the Sesto Elemento’s motor show debut


  • That Ross Chap

    Worth every cent. One of the few special edition Lamborghinis of recent years that is truly revolutionary, exciting and brilliant.

    • Poison_Eagle

      So true, one of my favourite cars and I wish they’d commit this to series production. More exciting than Huracan.

  • LexusGXman

    Lamborghini has become stale (overpriced audis… not really, kinda) this is my last favorite lamborghini, everything else has been boring and just an overpriced aventador (centenario, veneno)

  • TheHake

    There is also one for sale at Motors Planet in Jesolo, Italy (near Venice) for €5 650 000…

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