Lamborghini will unveil the fastest model ever in their history at the Geneva Motor Show.
Speaking with Drive, Prini said the car will be “a big surprise” and that Lamborghini hopes it will “shock” the automotive world once revealed.
That’s quite the tall order, considering the new car will have to share the spotlight with Ferrari’s Enzo replacement as well as the production McLaren P1 in Geneva, and possibly something new from Pagani.
The good news is that it has a lot going for it. The new car is expected to be faster than the track-only Sesto Elemento, which can accelerate to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed in excess of 200 mph.
However, unlike the Sesto Elemento, it will be street legal.