News that Lamborghini would send its Sesto Elemento concept into production surfaced several weeks ago, but new information indicates that even if Lambo does reproduce the car, we may never see it on the street.
Why you ask? Well, according to Lambo CEO Stephan Winkelmann, the car might be a track-only special, along the lines of the Ferrari 599XX.
“We are testing the Sesto Elemento at the moment and if it all goes well then we could look at a limited production run,” Winkelmann told AutoCar. “But it would not be homologated because there are complications with things like airbags. It would be for track use only.
Commenting that Lamborghini has no intention of just producing cars as museum pieces (obviously forgetting the recent Estoque sedan and Miura concept), Winkelmann hinted that were the car to get the official green light it would likely be even more rare than the Reventon, of which just 20 were produced.
GALLERY: Lamborghini Sesto Elemento