The LAMBORGHINI Diablo price was recently announced. A car collector is ready to sold his violet SE30 at $227 000. A rare 996 (N) LAMBORGHINI Diablo SE30 is on display in Amari supercars showroom at a base price of only $227 000. The vintage supercar is finished in an attractive Viola Metallic colour. Inside, the 2 door coupe is fitted with Blu Suede Sports Seats with carbon fibre back.
Lamborghini Diablo: Main highlights
The Automobili Lamborghini company has produced only 150 units of Diablo SE30 – a fact that makes the car one of the rarest brand models. This Diablo is a number 142. Most of the cars are kept in private collections.
The Diablo SE30 was create to commemorate the Lamborghini`s 30 years of experience in manufacturing road cars. In comparison with a regular model, the celebratory Lamborghini Diablo features a deeper front spoiler with driving lights. The exotic supercar is fitted twin-duct side intakes, gold plated engine, a carbon fibre engine cover and lightweight magnesium 18″ wheels.
The 5.7-liter V12 engine is fitted with a free flowing exhaust, modified cylinder head and magnesium castings. The special Diablo supercar boasts 525 bhp with a top speed of 207 mph – faster than many contemporary supercars. This thrilling supercar belonged to the pop singer Jay Kay in 1999 but soon destroyed in a car incident. After that the car was sold twice. Then, the Lamborghini Diablo price was not announced.
The Lamborghini concept – Pregunta Prototype, was designed by the Design Studio Heuliez-Torino. The experts in concept vehicles – Italian branch of the French Carrossier Heuliez, combined a bespoke design, high-end aerospace and F1 technology.
Lamborghini Pregunta was revealed at the 1998 Paris Motor Show. The fascinating prototype is based on a Lamborghini Diablo chassis and uses a 520hp V12 powertrain. The high-end sports car features dynamic wide-open air intakes, fully exlectronic F-1 type Marelli instruments, an enormous spoiler, 4 points Schrott safety belt harness, internal optical fiber lighting (DGA), rear-view camera instead of mirrors, CDI Cristine GPS system.
The silver painted Lamborghini Pregunta with a blue interior is hand-built. Nowadays it costs about 1 350 000 euros.
Bizzarrini P538 prototype is part of the glorious Lamborghini history but it was not crafted in brand`s factory. The unique race car was styles by Giotto Bizzarrini.
The heart of the concept was a Lamborghini 4.0-Litre V-12 engine. The powertrain was capable of 430 bhp at 8500 rpm and could reach a top speed of 170 mph.
The car featured an ultra light weight of 700 Kg, with a length of 3990 mm and a height of 970 mm. The one-off was sold in the United States and entered in several races. Nowadays it cost probably $2.000.000.
Some of the Bizzarrini P538 racers featured the same chassis but used Chevrolet V8 engines.
One of the P538 supercars was later redesigned as the Manta concept.
Lamborghini cars successful story become 50 years ago. The founder Feruccio Lamborghini was an entrepreneur and car enthusiast. He owned some of the iconic Italian supercars such as Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, and Maserati.
In Lamborghini`s exotic car business there were some models that quickly changed the industry and become classics — starting with the 350 GTV prototype.
In 1966 Lamborghini launched the Miura. It was the first brand supercar named for fighting bull. This model was replaced by the Countach. This car was a real sensation with its upward-opening scissor doors. The heart of the Lamborghini Countach was a powerful V-12 engine.
Another exotic creation was Jalpa, as well as 1986 Lamborghini LM002. They were followed by Diablo, that was in production till the 1990s.
The Diablo`s replacement was named Murciélago. The Lamborghini Gallardo was the first to feature a modern design language. Then the Italian supercars company launched the Lamborghini Reventón, the Aventador , the Estoque, and the Veneno.
Image credits: Georg Schwalbach (GS1311), El Caganer
The Aventador is one of the most popular supercars in the aftermarket industry. Many Lamborghini owners want to express their uniqueness and personality by changing their cars into eye-catching pieces of art. The DMC Lamborghini Aventador tuned by the German specialists Exotic car is a good example. The tuning experts have added some carbon fiber that trims complete the exceptional look of the Aventador.
The special program DMC ‘Molto Veloce’ includes visible carbon fiber as a main component.
DMC Lamborghini Aventador Molto Veloce Base Package
Rear Diffuser incl. Tunnel,
Carbon Fiber Engine Compartment
Carbon Fiber Air Inlets
6 pieces (3 pieces left / right) that sit at the upper rear of the car.
Carbon Fiber Side Mirrors
Carbon Fiber Air Intake Covers – front and rear
Accessories Package with a 2 pair of vents covers:
Side Vent Covers (as seen in the photo)
Hood Vent Covers
Carbon Fiber Rear Wing “SV” style
2 wings – Spoiler and Deck lid replacing the original car’s parts.
Carbon Fiber Trunk Diamond Forged Alloy Wheel
Size: 20″ Front / 21″ Rear
20 x 9.0 / 5 x 112mm CB & Offset: 57.1 / 25
21 x 13.0 / 5 x 4.75 CB & Offset: 70.2 / 55
Titanium Exhaust System which adds 15HP extra power to the supercar
The ex-Hot Rodder Gordon Tronson created and built this one-off Lamborghini Countach using a 1/24 scale model as a guide. Gordon have been in love with this iconic sports car since he first saw it in the mid-seventies.
The car enthusiast formed by hand the mold. Gordon has built a number of this exclusive replica.
The Lamborghini Countach is a mid engined supercar built from 1974 to 1990.
The Italian experts in car fashion styling developed an unique kit for the Lamborghini Miura Roadster. This car is the only one of its kind in the world. That fact makes it one of the most desirable collectibles.
The Bertone Miura Roadster is based on 1968 Lamborghini topless model. This valuable classic car was tailor-made for Adam Gordon, a US entrepreneur and car collector. It was presented at 1968 Brussels Motor Show. The single Miura Roadster, designed by Bertone, was part of the the Boston Museum of Transportation. After that, it was owned by several car enthusiasts.
The Bertone Miura is individualized by an open top with larger air intakes integrated into a rollover hoop. The rear of the car was also redesigned with a larger spoiler and new taillights. The Lamborghini Bertone Miura Roadster was finished in metallic blue paint.
The Lamborghini Veneno is based on the Aventador and Sesto Elemento flagships but the latest Lambo supercar features a completely different carbon fiber body. It is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that pumps out 740 horsepower. The powertrain is coupled with a seven-speed single-clutch transmission. The Veneno’s maximum speed is 220 miles per hour.
The name of the car means “poison” in Spanish.
This Lamborghini supercar marks the brand’s 50th anniversary. Only three units of this exclusive hypercar will be built. The Veneno model is priced at $4.6 million (£3.1 million) and before its live premiere, all available supercars have been already sold. The colour scheme is inspired by the Italian flag – green, white or red.
Structural aluminium space frame, based on extruded parts combined with cast aluminium joint elements Body:
Aluminium with thermoplastic parts Mirrors:
Heated, electrically adjustable and foldable external mirrors
Electronically controlled Suspension
Aluminium double-wishbone front and rear suspension system, anti-roll bar, anti-dive and anti-squat Tyres and wheels
Full ESP system with ABS, ASR and ABD Steering:
Power-assisted rack and pinion Front tires:
Pirelli PZero 235/35 ZR 19 Rear tires:
Pirelli PZero 295/30 ZR 19 Front wheels:
Aluminium alloy 8.5″ x Ø 19″ Rear wheels:
Aluminium alloy 11” x Ø 19″ Curb-to-curb turning circle:
11.5 m (37.7 ft) Airbags
Front “dual-stage” driver and passenger airbags, side “head-thorax” airbags Brakes
Power vacuum, aluminium alloy callipers: 8-cylinder front callipers and 4-cylinder rear calliper; Ventilated discs (front – rear): Ø 365 x 34 mm – Ø 356 x 32 mm (Ø 14.37 x 1.34″ – Ø 14.02 x 1.26″)
10 cylinders V 90°, DOHC 4 valves, common-pin crankshaft Displacement:
5,204 cm³ (317.6 cu.in.) Bore and stroke:
Ø 84.5 mm x 92.8 mm (Ø 3.33″ x 3.65″) Valve gear:
Chain-driven, intake and exhaust continuously variable valve timing, electronically controlled Compression ratio:
12.5 : 1 Maximum power:
560 HP (412 kW) @ 8,000 RPM Maximum torque:
540 Nm (397 lbft) @ 6,500 RPM Emission class:
EURO 5 – Level 2 Emission control system:
Catalytic converters with lambda sensors Cooling system:
Two water radiators, engine and gearbox radiator with oil-to-water cooling system Engine management system:
Bosch MED 9 Lubrification system:
Dry sump Drivetrain Type of transmission:
Permanent 4-wheel-drive with viscous traction system
6-speed and reverse, robotized sequential system (e gear) with actuation by paddles on the steering column Clutch:
Double plate, Ø 215 mm (8.46″) Front differential:
Slip limitation by ABD function Rear differential:
Limited-slip differential with asymmetrical locking (25% under power, 45% on overrun) Performance Top speed:
325 km/h (202 mph)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph):
2,560 mm (100.79 in) Overall length:
4,345 mm (171.06 in) Overall width (excluding mirrors):
1,900 mm (74.80 in) Overall height:
1,165 mm (45.87 in) Front track:
1,632 mm (64.25 in) Rear track:
1,597 mm (62.87 in) Dry weight:
1,410 kg (3,109 lb) Weight/Power:
2.52 kg/HP (5.55 lb/HP) Weight distribution (front – rear):
43 % – 57 % Capacities Fuel tank capacity:
90 l (23.8 gal.) Engine oil capacity:
10 l (2.6 gal.) Engine coolant capacity:
20 l (5.3 gal.) Fuel consumption *
e-Gear transmission Urban consumption:
20.7 l/100 km Extra urban consumption:
9.6 l/100 km Combined consumption:
13.7 l/100 km CO2 emission:
325 g/km Fuel consumption
Extra urban consumption:
Lamborghini brand was presented at a charity event during the popular Super Bowl. The slogan of the initiative is “Old World Charm Meets New World Style and Technology”. Many current models as well as the legendary Lamborghini 350 GT were displayed during the celebratory weekend.
The Big Game Big Give was hosted by Giving Back Fund and Hollywood director Michael Bay at an Mediterranean-style mansion on St. Charles Avenue. More than 400 VIP guests were invited at the philanthropic event.