Lamborghini Diablo 1990
In 1990 The Diablo was predestined to becoming the admirable inheritor of the popular Miura and Countach. This new cutting edge super car was wide, very low and futuristic. And just like its ancestors, the Diablo in a short time became a much loved car among enthusiasts all around the world.
The Lamborghini leaders had hoped for a top speed of at least 198 MPH, and the specialists} made this dream come true: With a top speed of 198 MPH and an acceleration from 0-100 in 4.5 seconds the Diablo taken the pole position in the super sports cars group. It supplied its fierce Power via a rear-wheel drive and came with a newly created V12 engine. 4 valves per cylinder, a computer controlled multi-point fuel injection and a displacement of 5.7 liters allowed the Diablo to Reach a maximum of 492 HP.
The Diablo was manufactured in between 1990 and 2001. Throughout this period of time, Lamborghini produced several variety of the Diablo concept, the first appearing was the Diablo VT (Visco Traction), which utilised an all-wheel drive. The Diablo models helped build the legend of Lamborghini and sold well. Approximately 3,000 units in all series and differences found their buyers in those eleven years of development.