Lamborghini Diablo - 5.7 VT -
€ 130.000
1993, Benzine, Handgeschakeld, Coupé, Rood
52.234 km
Prijs € 130.000
Bouwjaar 1993
Kilometerstand 52.234 km
Brandstof Benzine
Transmissie Handgeschakeld
BTW auto Nee, marge
Kenteken -
Datum deel 1 22-09-1993
Belasting (±) € 945,00 per jaar
Topsnelheid 331 km/u
Acceleratie 0-100 km/u in 4,00 sec
Motorvermogen 362 kW (492 pk)
Aantal deuren 2-deurs
Aantal zitplaatsen 2
Aantal cilinders 12-cilinder
Cilinderinhoud 5707 cc
Energielabel -
Carrosserie Coupé
Kleur Rood
Gewicht 1630 kg
Trekgewicht max -
Trekgewicht onger. -
Verbruik -
Introductiejaar januari 1992
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Opties & accessoires

  • Centrale deurvergrendeling
  • Mistlampen
  • Boordcomputer
  • Elek. bedienbare ramen
  • Lederenbekleding
  • Lichtmetalenvelgen
  • Sportstoelen
  • Bumpers in carrosseriekleur
  • Elek. verstelbare spiegels

Extra informatie

Overige opties & accessoires: Elektrisch bedienbare ramen voor, Mistlampen voor, Sportonderstel, Sportpakket, Vierwielaandrijving (4x4)

After 17 years in production, the legendary Countach was replaced by the Diablo, which on its arrival was the fastest, most advanced and most expensive Lamborghini ever built. First exhibited publicly at Monaco in January 1990, the Diablo improved on its illustrious predecessor in every way, setting a new benchmark in supercar design. Nobody can have been surprised to learn that it had been styled by Marcello Gandini, the man responsible for the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, for the family resemblance was obvious.

Beneath the skin there was a steel spaceframe chassis, developed from the Countach's, but constructed of square-section rather than round tubing and incorporating 'crumple zones' at front and rear. The use of carbon-fibre composite panels, first seen in the Countach Evoluzione model, was extended in the Diablo, which also featured revised suspension capable of accommodating the envisaged future developments of four-wheel drive and active suspension. Stretched to 5.7 litres for the Diablo, Lamborghini's 48-valve V12 engine gained fuel injection for the first time, producing its maximum of 492bhp at 7,000rpm. Of equal, if not greater significance, maximum torque went up to 428lb/ft, an improvement of 55% over the Countach. Catalytic converters were standard, enabling the reworked V12 to meet emissions requirements worldwide.

With more power and a lower drag coefficient than the Countach, the Diablo easily eclipsed its forebear, exceeding 200mph (322km/h) on test. More importantly, its acceleration and top speed figures were marginally better than those of the Ferrari F40. Although one of the world's most expensive cars, the Diablo was not a limited edition model like the latter but a series production car with a luxuriously appointed interior reflecting its designers' intention to produce a civilised Gran Turismo as suited to city streets and motorways as the racetrack. Four-wheel drive Diablo VT and Targa-style open roadster versions soon followed and then came the Diablo SE (Special Edition) only 150 examples of which were built to celebrate Lamborghini's 30 years as a car manufacturer.

This particular example with a first registration on the 22nd of September 1993. Finished in Red over a Black Leather interior, showing 52.234 km's on the odometer, this car has been well looked after and maintained.

Transmissie: 5 versnellingen, Handgeschakeld
Interieurkleur: black
Onderhoudsboekjes: Aanwezig
Algemene staat: goed
Technische staat: goed
Optische staat: goed
Aantal sleutels: 2

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