Delivery mileage Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is being sold for EUR2.4 million

Article by Christian A., on May 8, 2017

Sesto Elemento isn’t your ordinary Lamborghini supercar. After all, the Sesto Elemento is considered as one of the most expensive Lamborghini ever sold. Likewise, it is a very exclusive model, with only 20 track-focused examples were built, all of which were sold out. Thus, when such a car appears on the used-vehicles market, expect wealthy collectors to line up just to get a Sesto Elemento.

Fortunately, Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is being sold in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. According to Knight International, this Lamborghini is the only delivery mileage Sesto Elemento currently available. The supercar’s odometer shows that this Sesto Elemento has only been driven for around 198 miles – which are all delivery mileage. This Sesto Elemento has only changed hands two times, and neither of its two owners – as claimed by the dealer – have taken it for a drive. This means that the 198 miles on its odometer is practically the distance that this Sesto Elemento has traveled to be delivered to its new owner. What a waste if the owners of this Sesto Elemento have never experienced how powerful this supercar is.

This left-hand drive Lamborghini Sesto Elemento on the topic was built in 2011. It features a grey exterior and a red interior. Knight International will provide this supercar’s VIN, original invoice and documents under pre-sale agreement. For those who wanted to get a closer look at this Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, they could do so as it is now available for inspection.

As for the asking price of this particular Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, Knight International has set the tag at EUR2.4 million. This is around EUR600,000 less than its EUR3 million price when this Sesto Elemento was purchased privately under auction. This EUR2.4 million asking price should also represent an investment, considering that the original price of the Sesto Elemento is EUR2 million.

We are able to provide a street legal conversation, in collaboration with a high profile engineering firm, to potentially create the only street legal Lamborghini Sesto Elemento in the world.

Knight International claims that – through a high profile engineering firm – it could convert the Sesto Elemento from a track-only vehicle into a street-legal supercar. Should the buyer avail of this service, this supercar would be only street-legal Sesto Elemento in the world. Of course, the conversion process would cost a large amount of money.

The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine that also powers the Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale. This V10 mill could deliver 570 hp (425 kW) of max output and 540 Nm (400 lb.-ft.) of peak torque. With a total weight of just 999 kg (2,202 lbs), the Sesto Elemento could sprint from zero to 62 mph (zero to 100 km/h) in just 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of more than 200 mph (320 km/h).

The Sesto Elemento got its moniker from the periodic table that designates carbon as the sixth element.

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