Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is redefining the future of the super sports car with a unique technology demonstrator. This concept signals Lambo's intention to withdraw from the Top Speed War which theworld's supercar makers have been embroiled in for some time, and instead focus on something much more doable power to weight.
The Lamborghini Siesto Elemento is an expression of the manufacturer’s global role in leading with the newest technology of carbon-fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP).
Boasting an extremely lightweight construction thanks to advanced carbon-fiber technology, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has an overall curb weight of just 999 kilograms (2,202 lb) – including V10 power unit and permanent all-wheel drive. Lighter cars improve the power-to-weight ratio, and in this case 1.75 kg/hp, resulting in a more outstanding and dynamic performance. The design uses one of the newest applications in science—nano-technology. This technology allows a full-bodied surface, and the shimmering red crystals.
From a standing start, the Sesto Elemento catapults it self to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a sensational 2.5 seconds. In the interests of completeness, it should also be mentioned that the top speed is well over 300 km/h. Extreme lightweight engineering and extreme performance come together in the Sesto Elemento to create an all-new dimension in super sports car driving.
The perfectly located spoiler and diffuser, and the Pyrosilic tapes lead to optimum aerodynamics. It has become the Superman of sports cars because of its vast output of 570 hp, superior grip and stability of the permanent all-wheel drive, and a sensitive and highly revving V10 power unit. These six features or elements give the drivers a different driving experience.