Despite no official announcement for the production of the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, a German dealership has placed one up for sale on their website.
The dealership, Auto Salon Singen, claims that only ten of the cars will be built, and that they are intended purely for track-use, as making them road-legal was not possible.
While no official announcement has been made, previous reports suggested that Lamborghini was considering production of the Sesto Elemento. Moreover, it was said that no more than 20 would be made, and that they would not be road-legal. So the production may very well be a reality. If it is, the car will set you back a whopping €1,900,756, or around $2.5 million USD, excluding taxes. When you take into account Germany’s VAT, that figure rises to 2,261,900 Euros, or nearly $3 million USD.
Source: Auto Salon Singen