The Italian car manufacturing company, Automobili Lamborghini, has managed to dominate the luxury car market for decades. The company, which was founded to compete with Ferrari, is known for producing luxurious and stylish sports cars and SUVs.
To this day, Lamborghini is still one of the most coveted cars for car lovers, which always manages to convey a classy and prestigious impression.
Cars released by Lamborghini are usually produced in limited numbers to maintain exclusivity. Some models even have far fewer units than others.
Automobili Lamborghini itself has released a number of exclusive limited edition cars during their more than 60 year journey in the automotive world. Apart from commercialized units, they have also released several concept cars which have only been shown to the public a few times.
Here we will discuss the 5 rarest Lamborghini cars in the world. Apart from that, don’t forget to watch the Right Drive video below which gives you the opportunity to visit the Lamborghini museum in Italy.
The Lamborghini Aventador J is a mid-engine one-off that is sold only to lucky collectors. This car has an open roof design and also does not have a windshield. The Aventador J is powered by a 6.5 liter V12 engine which is capable of producing engine power output of up to 691 HP.
It could be said that this car is the most stylish vehicle ever made by the Italian car giant, although its design is not to everyone’s taste. When revealing the design, Lamborghini described it as “the most radical open super sports car in Lamborghini history.”
This car is another masterpiece developed by Lamborghini to celebrate its 50th anniversary. In Italian, the word egoista means selfish. And perhaps this is the side that Lamborghini wants to show, which does not want to sell this special unit to anyone, even to collectors who want to bid at a very high price.
Apart from that, this car was deliberately designed to accommodate only 1 person. From there, this car got the nickname “selfish car”.
Egoista seems like the company’s selfish project to demonstrate its superiority. In terms of specifications, the Lamborghini Egoista has a 5.2 liter V10 engine which can produce up to 600 HP. Apart from the engine, no other specifications about this model have been revealed.
The SC 18 Alston was the first car in the history of the Squadra Corse company. Lamborghini deliberately designed this special car to value its relationship with certain customers only.
The owner wanted to name it after his son, Alstona. As for other affixes, SC is the abbreviation of Squadra Corse, and 18 indicates the year of development.
The Lamborghini SC 18 Alston can be used on the road even though its specifications are specifically designed for use on the race track. This car is powered by a 6.5 liter V12 engine which is capable of producing a power output of 770 HP at 8500 rpm.
The Lamborghini SC20 is the second unit built by the company’s Motorsport department. This car could be said to be a model developed at the request of a special customer. The owner will be directly involved in the project from the design stage to the production stage.
The SC20 is Barchetta’s track car that has been approved for road use. However, unfortunately Automobili did not reveal the performance specifications and price of the car. Even so, world automotive observers predict the price could reach around $7 million.
The next rarest Lamborghini car is the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, of which only 20 units were produced. This Lamborghini car, which was introduced in 2012, is sold for around $3 million.
Although most of the units are now in the hands of collectors, there is one of them who is reselling a Sesto Elemento whose odometer only shows 12 miles or 20 km.
This car has a powertrain with a capacity of 5.2 liters which is capable of producing up to 570 horsepower. The distance from 0-100 can be covered in just 2.5 seconds with stability maintained and click here.