Lamborghini Diablo SV
Lamborghini Diablo SV | $ 238,000
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Lamborghini Diablo SV

Lamborghini Diablo SV

A member of the coveted Diablo series, Lamborghini Diablo SV was a high performance car enriched with many practical features. This model became the renowned entry-level for the Lamborghini Diablo, it was however the least expensive in the series, but still would have cost a bundle, just not only buying, as the maintenance cost alone could bankrupt a person easily. Each major service for a dashing Diablo would almost cost a small car. But the one, who truly loved this car, would never care seriously even if it costs the price of a respectable house. The car was designed to impress people with its good looks and standard setting performance.


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High quality Alcantara was employed for the seats as well as the door panels. The dashboard now had color coded gauges, incorporating a rather nice stroke to offer a sportier feel inside the exotic car. The 'SV' logo was embellished on the comfy head rest of the car seats. On each side on the doors of the car, a big 'SV' logo was positioned. In the interior, a minor diameter (270 or 320 mm) steering wheel was provided along with carbon fibre dashboard panels. At the launch time, the incorporated wheels had a black painted crest, but later any color was possible, including the chromed one, which was fully accepted in the United States.


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The black rear spoiler, meant to improve drag coefficient, was mounted as standard and incorporated a fully adjustable centerpiece, this was a function which only real enthusiasts would have ever uses, and it became however very much optionally accessible to have this rear spoiler color-coded according to the rest of the vehicle or even get finished in carbon Fiber. Between the beautiful rear lights, a new small black panel was effectively mounted while the lights were also mounted in a sort of black surroundings, compared to the red ones in the 'normal' Diablo. The rear fog light along with the reverse light was skillfully lowered into the back bumper and four new oval shape exhaust pipes were mounted on it. The engine cover now featured two huge air intakes, which appeared like the ones which were used on the SE30 Jota cars. They pulled air by force into the V-12 compartment in order to keep everything cool within. The front bumper was redesigned and reshaped and two fresh fog lamps were formed into it along with the new bigger air-intakes.

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