Lamborghini have been one of the major players in the supercars market, and they have produced some of the most stylish cars in the world. The engineers and designers at Lamborghini have been hard at work at producing some really stylish car models as of late, with the Gallardo and the Murcielago series both seeing significant improvements. However, one of the new models to have been introduced by Lamborghini is the Lamborghini Sesto Elements Sports Coupe. The main focus of this new model is going to be on the handling and the design of the vehicle, and it has excelled in both so far. The design of the car is certainly vivacious, with heavily stylized aerodynamics and a front hood that looks extremely stylish to say the least.
The base model of the Lamborghini Sesto Elements Sports Coupe is going to feature an extremely lightweight body, and is primarily going to be manufactured in a silverfish grey color. The engine performance and the handling have been the main talking points of this model, with Lamborghini promising a futuristic vehicle with a lot of control. However, Lamborghini have also announced that despite the significant improvements that will be made to the handling and performance, the Lamborghini Sesto Elements Sports Coupe will also feature a much lighter weight body.
The base model will come with a stylish exterior that features a curved front hood, with the latest Lamborghini grille at the bottom. The doors of the car open upwards, and it is expected that the wheel base shall be anywhere from 19 inches to 21 inches. It shall be a two door car, featuring heavy changes in the aerodynamics on the sides. The rear of the car is going to feature stylish backlights and a powerful design that is really going to make the car stand out. It is expected that the car is going to accelerate 0-100 km/h within 2.5 seconds, making it one of the fastest models to have ever come out of the production line at Lamborghini.
The design and concept of the Lamborghini have been approved and it is expected that the car will hit the assembly lines in early 2013. However, it is also a guess that the car might come out much earlier, with the fourth quarter of 2012 being kept as a realistic target by many pundits.