/Dude Thrashes $3M Lamborghini Sesto Elemento on Public Roads

Dude Thrashes $3M Lamborghini Sesto Elemento on Public Roads

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Technically, the bare carbon Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is not a road-legal car. It doesn’t have any safety features and is probably too fast and loud for public roads anyway. But when you are a Qatari royal and practically own the streets you are driving on, what’s stopping you from kicking the $3 million super car around a bit while being chased by a Rolls-Royce Wraith?

It is so cool to see the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento in action in the hand of a civilian though. Due to its rarity, price, and dubious legality, we never see this bad boy on the road. It pops up only at motors shows or motoring TV shows. So, enjoy…

And just in case you’ve forgotten about the specs of the car, Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is a design study of the old Gallardo made almost entirely out of carbon, hence the name, thus weighing just 999 kg, including the 570-hp V10 engine and permanent all-wheel drive. This car is collection of super advance exotic material. The entire front frame, the exterior panels and crash boxes are also made from CFRP. The Sesto Elemento’s major suspension components and the rims are made from carbon fiber. The tailpipes are made from Pyrosic, which is an advanced glass-ceramic matrix composite, able to reach and stand very high temperatures up to 900° celsius. Even the propeller shaft is made of CFRP.

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