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When you come across Lamborghini Diablo for sale, know it to be the first Lamborghini car model that was able to reach a speed of over 200 mph. Lamborghini produced only 2884 cars of this model from 1990 to 2001. The first Devil (Diablo means devil in Spanish) had a 5.7 liter mid-mounted engine with multi point fuel injection system, capable of producing 492 hp and torque of 580 Nm. It could accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds and had a top speed of 202 mph. Compared to the Countach, the Diablo was better equipped with adjustable steering wheel and seats, power steering, Alpine stereo system, and electric windows.

Similarities


In 1993, Lamborghini introduced the Diablo VT, which had many changes from the earlier model. Notable among the changes was the all-wheel drive, and the drive train was capable of directing quarter of the torque to the front wheels in the event of a back wheel slip. The other improvements were adjustable electronic dampers, four piston calipers brake, improved dashboard, and power steering. However, all these changes were later transferred to the base model, which made the cars almost the same.

To commemorate Lamborghini’s 30th anniversary, the company introduced the Diablo SE30 in 1994 as a limited edition. This model was much lighter and powerful compared to the earlier model, with finely tuned fuel system, intake manifolds of magnesium, and free-flowing exhaust that gave the engine added power of 530 PS. However, the car was a rear wheel drive and did not have the adjustable electronic dampers, but included anti-roll bars whose stiffness could be adjusted on the go.

Notable Features


In 1995, Lamborghini introduced the Diablo SV with increased horsepower of 510 hp, but the model lacked the four-wheel drive. The rear spoiler was adjustable and was available in the same body color. The SV was somehow priced marginally below the standard model. However, externally the car had dual front fog lamps, extra cooling ducts for the brakes, ducted lid for the engine, and tail lamp surroundings in black.

At the end of the same year, Lamborghini introduced the Diablo VT Roadster featuring a carbon targa top, which could be operated electronically, and stored above the lid of the engine. You might also come across the later model of Lamborghini Diablo for sale, as after the Audi takeover of Lamborghini in 1998, the Diablo as modernized and refined. This resulted in the Diablo VT 6.0, which had different front fascia with two bigger air intakes, revised fenders, nose panel, and indicators.

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