The Sesto Elemento concept was envisioned as a design study, previewing the styling and technology we might expect to see on the next generation of Lamborghini supercars. But shortly after it was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show a few months back, reports began to emerge suggesting that the Italian automaker could put it into production, however limited.
Now an exotic car dealership in Germany is listing the car for sale. Although the reported original listing on the mobile.de online marketplace is no longer there to be found, Auto Salon Singen still has it up on its website with an approximately €2 million ($2.63M USD) list price – €1.9m before tax, €2.3m after.
Does Singen know something the rest of us don't? The dealership has an impressive showroom packed with all manner of rare exotica. Or are they simply anticipating the same announcement as the rest of us?