Lamborghini Diablo GT

  • The 6th of only 80 vehicles ever built.
  • The most extreme and sought after version of the Diablo
  • Only 11.300 KM mileage
Paintwork:Grey metallic
Interior:Blue / black
Gearing Type:Manual
Mileage:11.300 KM
Power:575 HP

* Fuel consumption: (DIN 70030) 17,3 L Super determined at 3/4 of maximum speed, maximum of 110 km / h below surcharge of 10% (factory specification)

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The Lamborghini Diablo GT

575 horsepower, 5,992 cc 60° DOHC V-12 engine with four valves per cylinder, five-speed manual transmission, independent front and rear suspension and four ventilated disc brakes with ABS.The Diablo GT is the most radical version of the Lamborghini Diablo and was first introduced at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. Practically a street-legal race car, the Diablo GT was a study in the relentless pursuit of performance. Even at Lamborghini, an automaker known for its extremely styled cars with performance to match, the Diablo GT proved that the company's ambitions were even more focused on driving performance. Lamborghini's new 6.0-liter V-12 engine was the showpiece of the Diablo GT. With double overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder, the engine featured a number of new features to make the powerplant as powerful as possible. The engine featured titanium connecting rods and a lightweight crankshaft, variable valve timing, and a magnesium intake manifold and cylinder head covers. With an output of 575 hp at 7,300 rpm, torque was rated at 630 Nm at 5,550 rpm. The Diablo GT managed to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and reached an astonishing top speed of 338 km/h, making it one of the fastest production cars in the world. Mechanically, the Diablo GT featured a larger front track and revised suspension to improve handling at high speeds. Handling was further improved by the installation of lightweight aluminum rims. Nearly all of the Diablo GT's body panels (with the exception of the signature scissor doors and roof) were made of carbon fiber and massively revised compared to the standard Diablo to improve cooling, downforce and weight. The Diablo GT's weight savings were also reflected in the car's interior. The interior is clad in carbon fiber and Alcantara, and racing seats with four-point harnesses provide a more focused look. The only standard concession to the comforts of life was the presence of air conditioning. With only 80 produced, Lamborghini was able to ensure that its most radical creation went only to the best customers and those who appreciated the car's insane level of performance. Customization options were limited, with only four colors available: orange, gray, black and yellow.

The Diablo GT offered here is the 6th of 80 built. It was purchased new by its first owner, a collector of modern supercars, and delivered to him via Touringauto, the Lamborghini dealer in Milan, Italy, and then transported to his residence in Monaco. In the following years, the car remains in the collection of the first owner, who uses the car regularly, although only for shorter trips. At the same time the car is regularly serviced at Lamborghini in Monaco. All invoices for this are available. In 2014 the owner decides to part with his Diablo GT after almost 15 years and sells the car to the new owner in Belgium, who immediately after the purchase has another major service carried out at Lamborghini in Brussels and stores the Diablo GT in his garage for the next 2 years without driving the car. In 2016, the car is sold to a well-known collector in Bahrain. Here, in June 2020, the last customer service to date by Lamborghini takes place, before the car was finally purchased by our company 2 years later. With only 11,300 kilometers on the odometer, the car presents itself thanks to years of careful care and regular maintenance in an exceptionally good optical and technical condition and is without doubt one of the best preserved examples of this model. Our sales staff will be happy to answer any detailed questions you may have. Please note that vehicle inspections are generally only possible by prior appointment.