Lamborghini Diablos stands as the most creative model that the automaker had come up with in those days. However, the automaker produced 2,900 of the Lamborghini Diablos from the year 1990 to the year 2001. Hence one of them surfaced recently and is considered being one of the ends make. However, the VT 6.0 SE is the top worthy of more than a decade in the development of Lamborghini Diablos. Hence it shows off Diablo GT’s 6.0-liter V12 and the Diablo VT’s all-wheel traction. Moreover, it is capable of producing 550 horsepower and sends it to the all four wheels. Hence in the original rear-drive, it production exceeds 485 hp with the 5.7-liter.
However, only 42 examples of the Lamborghini Diablos were made in the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory. Of which half were been painted in sunrise gold (Oro Elios) color. However, the rest came in a sunset brown (Marrone Eklipsis) paint. Hence the example that surface is also painted in sunset brown. Moreover, it also features a leather interior in brown color with instrument bezels and shifter finished in titanium. However, at that time Audi was its parent company and supplied new DVD navigation system to the car.
Moreover, this Lamborghini Diablos stands in the number 40 of the 42 produced. From 2008 to 2012, it was been stored climate-controlled storage on West Coat. However, in 2012, it has been sold out to its present owner who is a collector of Hong Kong. Hence the collector now wants to sell it off. Moreover, the clock reading of this Lamborghini Diablos shows only 14 miles and is been preserved is a good condition. No wonder such a Lamborghini Diablos is a rare piece which this weekend, it hit the Amelia Island. Estimation from RM Sotheby’s tagged it will $300,000 to $350,000. But it was sold at $412,000. It is much equal to the amount you need to pay for the latest Aventador, produced in large scale.