The Italian car maker Lamborghini has done it yet again this time delivering you yet another video highlighting one of its adventurously designed supercars. The car officially debuted at 2010â€™s Paris Moto Show, the Sesto Elmento â€“ Italian for â€œSixth Elementâ€ â€“ is a two-seater coupe with a 6-speed paddle shift semiautomatic transmission and a 5.2 liter V10 engine that matches Lamboâ€™s highly-circulated Gallardo. Constructed mainly from carbon fiber to reduce its total weight down to a size comparable to that of a subcompact â€“ thus becoming the lightest Lamborghini ever made â€“ itâ€™s name is appropriately in reference to the atomic number for carbon. The automaker announced late last year its plans to produce just 20 Sesto Elementos exclusively for track use and today we get our first look at the performance of this wonderful piece of engineering. Watch the rare footage below as the limited edition coupe travels around a Las Vegas track.