For the sensible buyer who just isn't satisfied with a regular Lamborghini, the company has green-lit production on a more expensive model.
Lamborghini originally unveiled the Sesto Elemento as a concept car in 2010.
It costs two-point-two-million-dollars.
It also doesn't have any airbags.
Without the required safety equipment, the Sesto Elemento is not considered "street legal."
The car is strictly for use on tracks in the United States and Europe -- not on the roads.
Lamborghini boasts the car goes from zero to 60 miles an hour in 2-point-6 seconds, thanks to a 570 horsepower engine in a car that weighs less than a Honda Fit.
If you're thinking about buying one, expect to pay about 48-thousand-dollars a month on your loan.
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