Paris Motor Show has already gotten a taste of it, and reportedly soon fewer than 10 lucky millionaires will get to indulge of Lamborghini’s Sesto Elemento. That’s right, Lamborghini is planning to make fewer than ten of these $3.4 million fighter jet-resembling beauties. As you can expect, practically the whole body is carbon fiber, which has a V10, 5.2 liter engine under the hood. In all, it packs together 570 horses, weighs 2200 pounds and can go 0 to 60 in 2.5 seconds.
The problem with the Ferrari F458 was thought to be taken care of. Until one burst into flames a few days ago. The cause of the spontaneous combustion was apparently a heat blocking adhesive that should have been taken care of. This is the fifth fire, all resembling each other, that Ferrari has had to replace due to the fires.
It’s official now. Say hello to the 2012 SLS AMG Roadster. The SLS Roadster will most likely keep the 6.2 liter engine, however expect a performance drop due to added weight and less structural rigidity. Since this car is competing with the Audi R8 and Gallardo convertible we predict the car will cost around $200K.
Oakley Design’s and HRE’s Ferrari 458 Italia. Red-orange Ferrari 458 Italia, one of seven made by Oakley, rests on a set of 20 inch HRE wheels, which take away 11 pounds on each side. Fully performance tuned, this Ferrari reaches 632 horsepower and can go 0 to 60 in 3 seconds with a top speed of 208 mph.
Also not forget the Gumpert Apollo and the Porsche GT3 RS wearing HRE wheels.
Photos copyright ©2010 Jonathon Ramse