Lamborghini has just unveiled a new supercar known as the Essenza SCV12, which the owner cannot legally drive on public roads. Therefore, if you buy one, Lamborghini recommends that the company keep it for you in a special garage at the company`s headquarters in Italy. Priced at $2.76 million, the iconic Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is not only the most expensive car in the world, but it`s also too fast to drive on the roads. This makes it the first Lamborghini model too fast to meet road approval. Discover the Essenza SC-V12. It`s a beauty, but understand this – it`s so fast and powerful that owners can`t legally drive it on public roads. Now look at five cars that even a millionaire couldn`t afford> owners have access to a secure webcam feed so they can watch the car at any time. If they want to drive the car, Lamborghini will make sure it is transported to almost every race track in the world, and the owner can drive it there. Lamborghini will also provide a professional racer to provide coaching on how to get the most out of its V12 supercar. The company will host special events throughout the year so that Essenza SCV12 owners can get together and enjoy their cars as a group. This new Lamborghini ownership experience is similar to Ferrari`s Corsica Cliente XX program. In the Ferrari program, which began in 2005 with the limited edition Ferrari FXX, owners of special track cars can participate in driving and testing sessions with Ferrari engineers.
These cars will also be used to test technologies that could appear in more accessible Ferrari models in the future, such as with Lamborghini`s new transmission. Listen to The Refresh, Insider`s real-time newsletter Lamborghini`s Squadra Corse takes care of the cars and their transport to the tracks, helping owners learn how to drive them. Essentially, SCV12 owners will be treated as professional racers, except they won`t participate, Lamborghini will schedule five track events per year for SCV12 owners for the first three years, one of which will be at no additional cost. Owners will be charged for the other four events, as well as any additional itinerary tours they wish to arrange. Although you will not find this impressive model in our inventory here, we can offer you more information about the Sesto Elemento. Interested Lamborghini enthusiasts can contact us here at Lamborghini Palm Beach and check out our online inventory to see the awesome models we have available. More information and details about the impressive models of the Lamborghini range can be found in our blog. According to Lamborghini, the Essenza SCV12 has the most powerful V12 the company has ever produced. The 6.3-liter engine is « naturally aspirated, » meaning it has no turbochargers or compressors, mechanical devices that push air into the engine to increase power. Still, it will produce more than 818 horsepower, the company said.
Reggiani claimed that mechanical air compressors like this don`t provide the kind of sound and performance customers expect from Lamborghini. Most share price data is provided by BATS. U.S. stock indexes are displayed in real time, with the exception of the S&P 500, which is updated every two minutes. All times are in ET. Faiset: FactSet Research Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Chicago Mercantile: Certain market data is owned by Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its licensors. All rights reserved. Dow Jones: The Dow Jones brand indices are owned by DJI Opco, a subsidiary of S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC, and have been licensed for use by S&P Opco, LLC and CNN.
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« This car is like a special pass into Lamborghini`s most exclusive world, » Reggiani said. The company only produces 20 of the cars, so even if you can`t try it out, it can prove to be a worthwhile investment. The carbon fiber theme continues inside the Sesto Elemento and is reinforced by the model`s leather interior surfaces and sporty styling elements. Only 40 of the cars are produced. Customers have already signed contracts for most of them, but some are still available, said Lamborghini`s chief engineer, Maurizio Reggiani. The Essenza SCV12 is rear-wheel drive unlike most Lamborghinis which have all-wheel drive. It has a new six-speed gearbox with paddle shifters on the steering wheel, as in other future Lamborghini cars. To make the car as light and compact as possible, the transmission is integrated into the vehicle structure, with the SCV12`s rear suspension mounted directly on the transmission.
Although this amazing model is not seen on the road, it is worth the investment because of its exclusivity. With only a total of 20 cars produced, you`ll find it`s worth driving the Sesto Elemento on private tracks. If you want to drive it, Lamborghini will deliver the sports car to almost every race track in the world. They will also provide a professional race driver for bus owners. Only 40 of these supercars are produced, most of which have already spoken. Instead, Lamborghini wants owners to keep it in a special garage at the company`s headquarters in Italy. A webcam allows you to watch its beauty at any time. At $2.76 million, Lamborghini`s newly introduced Sesto Elemento is the world`s most expensive retail car. The `SCâ in `SCV12` means Squadra Corse or `racing team` in Italian, which is also the name of Lamborghini`s motorsport department founded in 2014. Ferruccio Lamborghini, who founded the company in 1963, did not want his company to be involved in the race, preferring that Lamborghini, unlike its neighbor Ferrari, focus exclusively on producing cars exclusively for road transport. Ferrucio Lamborghini sold his eponymous company in 1972, and under current Volkswagen ownership, Lamborghini cars compete in various sports car races, including Le Mans and the Super Trofeo, a racing series exclusively for Lamborghini Huracáns. Matching the fearless exterior, the interior of the Sesto Elemento features a sensual design that perfectly captures the model`s powerful personality.
Stylish and pure, the Sesto Elemento features sport bucket seats that weigh the driver and front passenger, as well as performance-oriented controls to keep drivers busy and under control at all times. Lamborghini doesn`t say how much it costs, but they do—say it like their other supercars, which cost around $2 million. The SCV12 was not designed to meet road safety regulations around the world, but it was designed to comply with FIA regulations. The Fédération d`ã ́ ration©Internationale de lâAutomobile©handles various motor races around the world, including Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championship, which culminates in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Lamborghini did not specify pricing for the Essenza SCV12, but Reggiani said it would be similar to the company`s other limited-edition models such as the Lamborghini Centenario and Sián, which sold for $1.9 million and more than $2 million, respectively.