Just a week after a fairly accurate Lamborghini Sesto Elemento replica appeared in India, yet another Lamborghini Sesto Elemento replica has appeared this time from the small European nation of Kyrgyzstan!
However, differentiating this Lamborghini replica from the numerous ones we’ve seen in the past, is that this one was reportedly created solely from scrap metal and parts found in the scrap yard such as its BMW X5 wheels and 1980’s Volvo sedan chassis. As you could only imagine, creating an accurate Lamborghini Sesto Elemento replica from the limited production facilities and materials found in Kyrgyzstan would be nearly impossible. Consequently, this isn’t a bad effort.
What’s more, the entire project was reportedly completed in just three months with the company behind the creation modifying the Volvo’s chassis extensively to fit the smaller size of the Sesto Elemento. Additional components found on this Lamborghini Sesto Elemento replica borrowed from other cars include the various parts made from plastic, the acrylic glass and steel.
In the above video, a company worker talks us through the creation of their Sesto Elemento replica and even reveals plans to create a concept car solely in-house and not based on any other existing cars, hoping to add a bit of Kyrgyzstan flair to it!
It’s unclear if this Lamborghini Sesto Elemento runs or is engineless, but based on the fact that it’s moved around on a trailer, we’d be inclined to say it’s the latter.