A very rare Lamborghini Sesto Elemento turns up in Hong Kong

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Getting your hands on a Lamborghini in general is no easy feat for most. Getting your hands on a Lamborghini that’s a one in 20 is near impossible. However this mission was a possibility for one lucky buyer in Hong Kong who managed to cop the very rare Lamborghini Sesto Elemento — a car originally conceptualized in 2011.

The car comes with a set of impressive specs, as to be expected from both the maker and its limited production run. The Sesto Elemento is encased in a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, carbon fiber bodywork and carbon fiber wheels, making the automobile something of a solid structure to say the least. The Sesto Elemento also boasts advanced glass-ceramic matrix tailpipes, as well a carbon-ceramic breaking system which adds to the overall ultra-lightness of the car that totals only 2,202 pounds.

As for power, this Lambo comes strong with a 5.2 liter V10 engine that’s naturally aspirated, and houses an impressive-for-its-weight 562 HP and 398 pound-feet of torque.

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GoPro: The Streets of Japan in 4K

 

While it has traditionally reveled in its reputation as the premier maker of action cameras, GoPro is also eager to push the new 4K ultra-high definition capabilities of the newest HERO4 camera as a documentary tool. Cue this stunning look at the grittier, flashier side of Japan through its motorhead subculture, otherwise known as the Bōsōzoku, which literally translates as “violent speed tribe.”

While the Bōsōzoku were seen as a blemish on Japanese society in the ’80s and ’90s for their blatant violations of traffic laws, deafening mufflers and complete disregard for personal safety, their numbers have since declined, and this documentary explores what those former rebels without a cause have moved onto. Taking us on nighttime joyrides with gangs of decked-out Lamborghinis which provide a moving light show through the streets of Tokyo, the nine-minute film is narrated throughout by the musings of these larger-than-life personalities on car culture and Japanese society, who live a real-life version of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift on the daily.

Enjoy the short film above, and check out the rest of GoPro’s cinematic offerings on YouTube.

GoPro HERO4 Captures “The Adventure of Life” in Japan

 

While it has traditionally reveled in its reputation as the premier maker of action cameras, GoPro is also eager to push the new 4K ultra-high definition capabilities of the newest HERO4 camera as a documentary tool. Cue this stunning look at the grittier, flashier side of Japan through its motorhead subculture, otherwise known as the Bōsōzoku, which literally translates as “violent speed tribe.”

While the Bōsōzoku were seen as a blemish on Japanese society in the ’80s and ’90s for their blatant violations of traffic laws, deafening mufflers and complete disregard for personal safety, their numbers have since declined, and this documentary explores what those former rebels without a cause have moved onto. Taking us on nighttime joyrides with gangs of decked-out Lamborghinis which provide a moving light show through the streets of Tokyo, the nine-minute film is narrated throughout by the musings of these larger-than-life personalities on car culture and Japanese society, who live a real-life version of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift on the daily.

Enjoy the short film above, and check out the rest of GoPro’s cinematic offerings on YouTube.

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Modified Lamborghinis: Wangan Freeway, Tokyo

A group of crazy modified Lambos speeding on Tokyo‘s famous Wangan Freeway. We also meet the owners at Daikoko Futo and interview them about what they’ve done to each car. Love ’em or hate ’em, it’s certainly not something you’ll see every day!

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Monster Audio teams up with Lamborghini for state-of-the-art audio system

 

 
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Lamborghini x BAPE Arctic Camo Aventador with Ski Box

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If you’re wondering why this Lamborghini Aventador is sporting a ski box, I’d suggest you head over to Jon Olssen’s website. Besides the glorious arctic camouflage BAPE wrap that envelops the modern driving machine, this twelve cylinder beast is wearing a complete Liberty Walk LB Performance aerodynamic kit, including front bumper and lip, side sills, rear lower diffuser and rear wing. In addition, she’s outfitted with an Innotech Performance Exhaust system; Santa’s sleigh doesn’t stand a chance.

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Lambo’s and Yakuza… What’s not to love about that?

Underground Hero: Love To Hate Me – Lamborghini Bosozoku is a mini-documentary by Luke Huxham following Moroshi-San, a Lamborghini enthusiast, speed demon, and member of the Japanese Yakuza.

It takes a look at the underground automotive culture reaped by some of Japan’s most dangerous drivers. Just short of eight minutes, the documentary not only showcases the stunning cars shredding the city, but also delves in to Moroshi-san’s first encounter with a Lamborghini Countach, childhood disobedience, and what he describes as the “grey” area of his work.

The film also features Japan’s Bosozoku riders, and their heavily modified Honda and Suzuki bikes.

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