18 Banned Supercars Car Enthusiasts Will Never Drive


The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento or Sixth Element is a limited-edition supercar from the luxury carmaker. This supercar is known for its lightweight built, hence the name, which refers to the sixth element in the table of chemical elements: carbon. The reason behind this is the massive use of carbon fiber in building this supercar, which allowed it to be extremely lightweight compared to other supercars.

The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.

With its great speed, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is banned on the streets. Apparently, it’s one of the supercars considered to be unsafe when driven on the open road.


Another Lamborghini on the banned supercars list is the Lamborghini Strosek Diablo. This supercar sports a massive engine that allows it to hit a top speed of more than 200 mph. Due to this, and even with modifications added to it to tame the beast down, the Lamborghini Strosek Diablo is banned in the United States. Apparently, the supercar is found to be unsafe for US roads.

In 2001, production for this supercar ended, and it was replaced by the Lamborghini Murcielago. Apparently, supercars on the banned list can be removed 25 years after production for them has ended. So, we may soon see old variants of the Lamborghini Strosek Diablo on the streets. They may be older and slower, but we can still expect them to be very capable.

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