2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 – Top Speed

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Lamborghini Diablo

2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0

Diablo SV 0

price: $274,000 60-degree V12 Transmission: Manual @ RPM: 550@7,100 MPG(Cty): 12 18 Torque @ RPM: 457@5,500 EFI Displacement: 6.0-liter L 0-60 3.4 sec. Quarter Mile 11.8 sec. Top Speed: 205 mph time: 8.4 sec. Quarter speed: 120.9 mph Layout:

Back in the 1990’s and earlier, was not known for it’s Audi and derived models such as the In fact, it was not known for luxury of any and it certainly was not known caring any environmentalist thought.

Lamborghini aggressively styled, lightweight with massive V12 engines power to the road. Creature were an afterthought and driving was not even an easy task. were not cars that you simply to show you had the money to buy one – it was akin to buying a Harley-Davidson – you had to be macho enough to drive beasts.

The Diablo model which was the to the venerable Countach had been nearly a decade before gained control and was in need of serious updates. What helped them produce was one of the and most competent Diablo to ever come from St.

Agata Bolognese, Italy.

Hit the for more details on the 2001 Diablo VT 6.0 .


A designer Luc Donckerwolcke began working on the revision for Automobili Lamborghini In order to bring the design this century, carbon was used extensively on the new body The car was redesigned from front to with even more and edgy styling.

The front-end fog lights that had been onto the next level of the from previous models and mounted flush with the Large air ducts for brake replaced them below.

doors – Lamborghini’s staple remained from the previous Traveling around to the rear of the car a bumper with refreshed was clearly visible, but the true was the dual exhaust exiting Ferrari may be known for its unmistakable but Lamborghini knows a thing or two waking the … with the emitted from this


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Once the problem of entering the Diablo had been there were still with the interior. Some of the had to do with size and others finish and materials. The overall of the cabin are something that was never going to apologize

Clearly the Diablo is an exercise in over function and if you can’t fit it then go buy another car.

Low bucket seats that to be inches from the road are thinly padded, yet supportive. The 6.0 received a carbon fiber console that was revolutionary at the as well as a new steering wheel New air conditioning and stereo systems also included to make the car more comfortable – when is a 6.0-liter V12 sitting a foot your head nothing is comfortable, but they gave it a try.


The decision had made to do whatever was necessary to get the back to its peak and be able to off other supercar contenders. The came from boring out the V12 to 6.0-liters. This and a few smaller gave the car a mighty 550hp at and 457 lb-ft of torque at 5,500rpm.

Adding power and shaving is always a good combination so the savings from the use of carbon and magnesium wheels in association 550hp led this Lambo to in 3.4 seconds. The Diablo was sure to just fine until the new was complete.


The Diablo’s competitor of the day was the Ferrari 550 Maranello and if you the Lamborghini than you were to see one of these on the road. We can just waiting at a red light when a Ferrari driver pulls up. they#8217;re thinking we#8217;re a regular Diablo – Ha, the light green and we#8217;ve hit 60mph a full second faster him.

The Ferrari stood little in any other category as well, the was lighter, faster through the took less room to from 60mph, and got better gas just to top it all off.

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