Lamborghini has always been associated with its much famed Gallardo and the recent glory has been shared by the Sesto Elemento. On the other hand, DC motors has always had a thing for modifying cars and taking them to the next-level. So what would a combination of all of the above mentioned elements be like? Come, we’ll show you what it will be like.
The above is the picture of a DC modified LP560-4 converted into a Sesto Elemento. This modified Sesto Elemento initially had people thinking if it was actually based on a Lamborghini or some sedan because a couple of things here and there look not-so-well modified. But later on it was confirmed that the donor car indeed was a LP560 and the same has been modified by DC, a company well known in the country for giving cars a major overhaul in the cosmetic department.
The Sesto Elemento is still a concept and the replica of the car seems pretty close to it. The car is present in New Delhi and can be spotted on a regular day if you are lucky. The Sesto Elemento will be a track focused car and will be street illegal so you won’t really get to see one on roads but the replica will pretty much be a street legal unit after some permissions as the car has been modified extensively.
Last week, we brought to you the images of a local customisation shop converted Maruti Suzuki Esteem into the fastest production car, the Bugatti Veyron. Today we have for you the images of a LP560 getting replicated into a concept car. And all this is happening in India. We surely do have a thing for modifications.
Refresher – Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept first made its debut at 2010 Paris Motor Show. A year later at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Lamborghini confirmed that it will be produce a limited production run of 20 units of the Sesto Elemento for extreme track use and by June-2012, all 20 non-street legal units have been sold out. Reported price for the Sesto Elemento range from Rs. 13,79,62,000 to Rs. 18,18,59,000 approx.
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento shows-off Lamborghini’s abilities in carbon-fiber technology. Weighing in at just 900 kgs, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is powered by a Gallardo’s V10 engine making 570-hp. That allows it to have a power-to-weight ratio of only 1.75 kilograms per hp and a 0 to 100 kph in just 2.5 seconds.
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