What good is it having the world’s fastest car, which is not road legal? You may have no issues buying one if you are a collector or an avid car enthusiast with great taste. After almost a decade of dominance in the space of the most expensive and fastest car the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has now to make way for the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. However, the real trouble is that the $2.92 million Italian car does not meet the US roads’ safety specifications to make it legal. Launched as a concept car for the Paris motor show last year, the car with a distinct design and a carbon fiber chassis.
Weighing less than a ton, the car can go from 0-62mph in under 2.5 seconds with top speeds of over 200mph, thanks to a highly-tuned 5.2-litre V10 engine Limited to just 20 units, the car is truly exceptional. Engineering Chief Maurizio ReggianiIn was quoted by Autocar saying “’The structure of this car is at the centre of its function.”