A limited edition variant of the Diablo called the Lamborghini Diablo GT was built between 1999 and 2000. The Diablo GT is one of the rarest Lamborghini cars because only 80 of them were ever made.

The Diablo GT had a larger engine with more horsepower, a new suspension, and a lightweight carbon fiber body, among other performance improvements over the Diablo. With a wider front splitter, a larger rear wing, and a modified rear diffuser, the car also featured a distinctive visual appearance. Ultimately, the Diablo GT was a very unique and sought-after sports car, and it is still one of collectors’ and enthusiasts’ favorite Lamborghini models.

lamborghini Diablo GT

The Lamborghini Diablo GT’s specifications are as follows:

Engine

6.0-liter V12 engine
575 horsepower.

465 lb-ft of torque
Automatic five-speed transmission
Motor: Rear-wheel drive
0-60 mph acceleration takes 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 211 mph.
Distance to stop: 109 feet (from 60 mph to 0 mph)
Weight at the curb: 3,042 lbs.
Size: 183.3 in
80.3 inches wide
Size: 44.1 in.
104.3 in. wheelbase
Fuel economy: 9 city mpg, 14 highway mpg (highway).

2: Diablo VT Roadster Millennium

A special edition version of the Diablo, the Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millennium, was built in 1999 to commemorate the start of a new millennium. The Lamborghini Roadster Millennium is a highly sought-after Lamborghini model because there were only 30 units made.

The Diablo VT Roadster, which had an all-wheel drive system for better handling and traction, served as the inspiration for the Diablo VT Roadster Millennium. A special silver and black paint job, a black leather inside with silver stitching, and a numbered plaque to indicate its limited production are just a few of the distinctive characteristics that were added to the Millennium edition. Ultimately, the Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millenium was a very rare and collectible model, and it is still a favorite among fans and collectors today.

Diablo VT Roadster Millennium

The Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millennium’s specifications are as follows:

V12 engine, 5.7 litres
529 horsepower.

446 lb-ft of torque
Automatic five-speed transmission
All-wheel drive is the drivetrain (Diablo VT)
206 mph top speed; 0-to-60 mph acceleration time: 3.9 seconds
Distance to stop: 109 feet (from 60 mph to 0 mph)
Weight at curb: 3,626 lbs.
Size: 178.2 in
80.3 inches wide
Size: 44.3 in.
104.3 in. wheelbase
Fuel economy: 9 city mpg, 14 highway mpg (highway).

3: Diablo VT (Facelift)

The Diablo VT, which was manufactured between 1998 and 2001, received an update with the introduction of the Lamborghini Diablo VT Facelift. In comparison to the original Diablo VT, the facelifted version included a number of aesthetic and technical improvements.

A new front bumper with bigger air intakes, new side skirts, and an updated rear bumper with a bigger diffuser were all part of the Diablo VT Facelift. The automobile also featured new 18-inch wheels, bigger brakes, and a slightly wider track for better handling. The Diablo VT Facelift’s interior had redesigned seats with better support and ergonomics, as well as an updated center console and dashboard. Nevertheless, the Lamborghini Diablo VT Facelift was an enhanced and refined version of the original Diablo VT, and collectors and fans still highly prize it as a sports car.

Diablo VT (Facelift)

The details for the Lamborghini Diablo VT Facelift are as follows:

V12 engine, 5.7 litres
529 horsepower.

446 lb-ft of torque
Automatic five-speed transmission
All-wheel drive is the drivetrain (Diablo VT)
Maximum speed: 205 mph; acceleration from 0 to 60 mph: 3.9 seconds
Distance to stop: 109 feet (from 60 mph to 0 mph)
Weight at curb: 3,626 lbs.
Size: 178.2 in
80.3 inches wide
Size: 44.3 in.
104.3 in. wheelbase
Fuel economy: 9 city mpg, 14 highway mpg (highway).

4: Diablo SV (Facelift)

The Diablo SV, which was built between 1998 and 2001, received an update with the introduction of the Lamborghini Diablo SV Facelift. Over the original Diablo SV, the facelifted version included a number of aesthetic and technical improvements.

A new front bumper with larger air intakes, new side skirts, and an updated rear bumper with a wider diffuser were just a few of the cosmetic improvements made to the Diablo SV Facelift. The automobile also featured new 18-inch wheels, bigger brakes, and a slightly wider track for better handling.

The Diablo SV Facelift’s interior had redesigned seats with better support and ergonomics, as well as an updated center console and dashboard. A revised suspension system and increased aerodynamics were also included in the SV Facelift, which helped to improve the vehicle’s handling and performance. Nevertheless, the Lamborghini Diablo SV Facelift was an enhanced and refined version of the original Diablo SV, and collectors and fans still highly prize it as a sports car.

Diablo SV (Facelift)

The details for the Lamborghini Diablo SV Facelift are as follows:

V12 engine, 5.7 liters
529 horsepower.

446 lb-ft of torque
Automatic five-speed transmission
Motor: Rear-wheel drive
204 mph top speed; acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds
Distance to stop: 109 feet (from 60 mph to 0 mph)
Weight at curb: 3,494 lbs.
Size: 178.2 in
80.3 inches wide
Size: 44.3 in.
104.3 in. wheelbase
Fuel economy: 9 city mpg, 14 highway mpg (highway).

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