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Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Production – hd orange Lamborghini wallpaper

(Lamborghini Countach) At the start of the LP112 project in 1970, Lamborghini commissioned Gandini and his team at Bertone to develop a body for the then-unnamed prototype. Chief engineer Paolo Stanzani supplied the design team with chassis information so that body design could proceed while the mechanical details of the prototype were finalized. Shortly before the 1971 Geneva Auto Show, the finished chassis was shipped to Bertone where the prototype bodywork and interior was installed. The resulting Countach LP500 prototype was unveiled at the 1971 Geneva Auto show, where its unconventional design drew great public interest and extensive press coverage. The LP500 prototype had a crisp, wedge-shaped design that, compared to the Miura, was wide and very low but shorter in overall length. Overall dimensions of the prototype were 185 cm (73 in) wide, 103 cm (41 in) tall, and 401 cm (158 in) long. The nose of the prototype tapered sharply to a thin grille, an uninterrupted slope enabled by headlights in retractable housings that flipped down inside the body when not in use. The prototype’s body lacked bumpers, aerodynamic spoilers, side mirrors and any other addition that would have interrupted the lines of Gandini’s design. Trapezoidal shapes appeared throughout the body, including in the windshield, side windows, door openings, hood and engine covers and taillights. Air was supplied to the engine and side-mounted radiators through louvered vents immediately behind the side windows, although road testing quickly demonstrated these vents alone were inadequate to control engine temperatures. lamborghini gallardo wallpapers, lambo wallpaper, lamborghini veneno wallpapers, Lamborghini Countach wallpapers, supercar wallpaper

(Lamborghini Sesto Elemento)Production
Lamborghini announced plans to produce 20 cars for track use only in mid-2011 with each car costing US$2.92 million. All 20 cars were already sold upon the confirmation of production. At that time, the Sesto Elemento was the most expensive Lamborghini ever created, until the Veneno was launched, with the price of the car as high as GB?4,162,150 (US$6.5 million). Lamborghini Sesto Elemento wallpapers#SportsCars #lambo #LamboDiablo #LamboGallardo #gallardo


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