It’s already a known fact that it’s Lamborghini’s limited production count which makes the Italian carmaker’s products so special across the globe. As per available data, the carmaker manufactured about 300 more cars in 2011 than what it produced in 2010. This increment has taken the manufacturer’s supercar count to 1,602 exhibiting a rise of 23% over the 2010 car count. Although the unit count is still nowhere close to what Ferrari produces, but still the Italian car has a distinguished appeal amongst enthusiasts all across the world.
Over the years, carmakers keep on bringing in one-offs and limited edition cars which make them special. The only difference is in the quotient of being special, i.e. what make some cars more special than the others. If recent developments are to be taken into account, we won’t lag in finding such special car developments. It was the Aventador J recently that brought in some real good cash for the Lamborghini. With the success of the Aventador J, Lamborghini seems to have decided to lay stress on this kind of business.
It was reported earlier that Lamborghini has plans to set up new facilities. The company finally made official statements yesterday regarding the same. The car manufacturer announced a new facility that will give priority on limited production special car models. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is being speculated to have the top priority for Lamborghini as far as limited production cars are concerned. The carmaker showcased the Sesto elemento model during the 2010 Paris Auto Show. It will be a carbon-fiber lightweight track car using a retuned Gallardo powerhouse with an influencing performance.
The limited edition car will literally be exclusive as the manufacturer already mentioned it earlier that it will manufacture only 20 units of the Sesto Elemento. This limited edition car will certainly have huge demand amongst luxury car enthusiasts and is already being anticipated to bring in good business for the company.