The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento was seen driving around in Qatar. The tiny gulf country is the perfect place to find rare and exotic cars, in case you still had doubts about that. My friend David aka dlightwswitch had an extremely amazing opportunity most of us can only dream of. And to make things even better: it’s actually a very very rare thing. Getting exclusive up-close footage of the Sixth Element, and filming the whole thing for our eyes to see (including flybys, accelerations and onboard footage). I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen many videos of Sesto Elemento throughout the world in the past 5/6 years! All of this was filmed in Qatar and the camera car is a Rolls Royce = balling.
Most of you will wonder about the Sesto Elemento being road-legal? Yeah well, I’m as baffled as you. It’s not supposed to be, it was designed & built as a race car. But then again, I know for a fact it’s possible to make any car road-legal. After all, the Sesto Elemnto is a racecar without a doubt, but it’s not as agressive and brutal as a McLaren P1 GTR for example (which can be turned road-legal BTW).
Little recap: The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento was presented at the Paris Motor show in 2010. I was there and filmed the baby back then, and it was probably the biggest attraction at the motorshow. The Sesto Elemento (aka “sixth element”) is a reference to carbon: indeed, the car is made out of one big UNIQUE piece of carbon fiber! It is a bit unsure as of this moment how many units were actually built (5? 10? who knows – Less than 20 without a doubt).
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