A private owner is selling Sesto Elemento Lamborghini for $3 Millions. As it was just clocked at 12 miles, the car can be considered as new as it can be. The low mileage is most probably because the car cannot be driven on public roads as it was meant to be driven on a race track.
Sesto Elemento is a special sports car. In fact, there are only 20 cars of this model in the world. It was first debuted in the 2010 Paris Motor show. Lamborghini designed this model to be extremely lightweight condition, weighing at only about over 2,200 pounds (999 kilograms). It is made by using an advanced carbon-fiber technology. To put it in prespective, Sesto Elemento is lighter than 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata.
On top of that Sesto Elemento is equipped by 5.2 liter V10 power which is able to produce an output of 570 horsepower and permanent all-wheel drive. The V10 engine was borrowed from the previous model, Gallardo. It boasts that it can reach from 0 to 62 mph in just about 2.5 seconds.
Hopefully, the new owner would drive this car in the race track where its full power can be released.