/Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Spotted for Sale at €3 Million

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Spotted for Sale at €3 Million

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When Lamborghini announced they were going produce up to 20 units of the wonderfully insane Sesto Elemento concept and sell them at €2 million apiece, we thought it was going to be a financial disaster. But we were wrong. Turns out the Sesto is actually a sound investment.

At least that’s what it seems like with this particular Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. Someone bought this car from Lambo at the sticker price of €2 million back when it was first announced, and he is now selling it for €3 million. That will probably be the easiest million Euros the guy has ever made in his life. Mind you, in order to make that money he did have to fight temptation to drive his Sesto Elemento. The car is virtually unused.

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Now, if you think that that’s a huge price to pay for a car made, essentially, from plastic with no interior or any sort of luxury amenity, you have take into account that Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is not so much a car as a piece of modern art. If you look at it that way, three million Euros actually sounds like a right old bargain! And we now for a fact that more than 40 people have already paid the same sort of money for the McLaren P1 GTR which they can’t even drive on the street. So, we reckon the Sesto is going to find a buyer rather quickly.

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We just hope the next man who buys this Sesto actually uses it and brings out to track events and such. But chances are he will be another investor looking to make a quick buck by storing the car a while and then selling it for four million.

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