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Lamborghini Newport Beach Grand Opening - Web Exclusive

The $2.2 million Sesto Elemento was displayed to visitors and local VIPs

Greg Emmerson
Aug 23, 2012
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The brand new Lamborghini dealership in Newport Beach, CA had a grand opening this week that was attended by local VIPs and enthusiasts. Everybody in attendance had the chance to view the $2.2 million Sesto Elemento that was first shown in the US at Pebble Beach the week before.

The Sesto Elemento was built by Lamborghini’s Advanced Composites Research Center, bringing weight down to just 2202 lb. With a 570hp V10, the AWD sports car accelerates from 0-62mph in 2.5sec.

Lamborghini also had the Aventador LP 700-4 on display. The stars of Batman’s Dark Knight Rises movie, it boast a 700hp 6.5-liter V12 engine and reaches 60mph in 2.9 sec with a top speed of 217mph.

Lamborghini President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann was in attendance with Lamborghini America COO, Michael Lock for the high profile reception.

“The Newport Beach community is one of the strongest markets for Lamborghini worldwide, and we are excited to share the Sesto Elemento with our dedicated customers here,” said Stephan Winkelmann.

By Greg Emmerson
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