HowStuffWorks “Lamborghini Diablo”

Rubric: Lamborghini | 9 May 2015 | Comments Off on HowStuffWorks “Lamborghini Diablo”
HowStuffWorks “Lamborghini Diablo”

Lamborghini Diablo The Diablo was Lamborghini’s follow-up to the Countach — a hyper exotic for a changed world. No longer could a supercar get by merely on irrational styling and unfettered performance. It had to satisfy safety and emissions standards, even offer a measure of refinement. The Lamborghini Diablo provided all this and more. In balancing these demands, the Lamborghini Diablo came closer to fulfilling founder Ferruccio’s dream of a do-everything GT than any other midships Lamborghini. That’s not to suggest this car is tame. It’s named, after all, for both a fighting bull and the devil himself. “In the grand and romantic tradition of the Italian Supercar,” ...

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1997 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster Lynnwood, Washington | Cats Exotics

Rubric: Lamborghini | 30 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on 1997 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster Lynnwood, Washington | Cats Exotics
1997 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster Lynnwood, Washington | Cats Exotics

Customer Tools 1997 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster finished in Brilliant Black over excellent condition Red Leather interior. Less than 466 Lamborghini Diablo Roadsters were ever produced worldwide for years 1996 to 1999. You hear the word rare a lot, but in this case this 25,502 KM car with only a low 15,811 miles car is just that rare. This Diablo is a 1997 production year car, not 97 1/2, so it still has the more desirable interior with the true Oh Crap passenger side grab bar. Leaving the factory in its purest form with no wing, showing off its stunning natural flowing lines. A beautiful color combination, that in all our research we have been only able to locate this as a one of one for ...

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Lamborghini Diablo review

Rubric: Lamborghini | 5 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Lamborghini Diablo review
Lamborghini Diablo review

Lamborghini Diablo review About Lamborghini Diablo The most fundamental advantage of this not experienced vehicle, which blusters with nothing, is attractive quotation, which was drastically and absolutely voluntarily discounted by very endowed and also apparently longheaded superiors of this once slashing, unfortunately, generally frightfully anaemic enterprise, proudly entitled Lamborghini Diablo, to raise the number clients, and their distaffs, dedicated supporters of this bummer. Professionals figure that Lamborghini Diablo is fitted with rather overworn details of incalculable suspension-system, which retrogresses instantaneously already after shopping. Honestly, the draughtsmen ...

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Talk:Lamborghini Diablo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rubric: Lamborghini | 5 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Talk:Lamborghini Diablo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Talk:Lamborghini Diablo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Talk:Lamborghini Diablo Contents Cleanup needed [ edit ] Ditto, I’m working hard on this. P924 CarreraGTS (talk ) 16:49, 30 June 2010 (UTC) I have little interest in this subject, but this article is in need of spelling and punctuation help. Russell 18:32, 15 September 2005 (UTC) Added by someone else: I changed the description of the Millenium Roadsters. It said they were rear wheel drive, I have owned a VT all wheel drive Millenium Roadster. The carbon fiber spoiler was optional and is only present on a few, select Millenium roadsters. It says the diablo was AWD. This isn’t true is it? I know the later models were RWD and can’t imagine the eralier ones as AWD. I don’t ...

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Lamborghini Diablo Specifications | eHow

Rubric: Lamborghini | 29 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Lamborghini Diablo Specifications | eHow
Lamborghini Diablo Specifications | eHow

Engine The Diablo debuted with a 5.7 liter DOHC 12-cylinder engine that initially produced 492 hp and 428 lb-ft of torque. This engine received various boosts in both horsepower and torque, resulting in the Diablo VT’s 530 hp and 445 lb-ft of torque. The Diablo VT 6.0 received a 6.0 liter variant of the Lamborghini 12-cylinder engine. This engine was rated at 549 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque. Variants The Diablo was available in a variety of model variants, including a roadster and street-legal racing oriented variant. The Diablo VT features an all-wheel drive system, while the SV does without it in favor of lighter weight and a slight horsepower bump. The limited-edition SE30 celebrated ...

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Lamborghini Diablo GT – Lamborghini Wiki

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Lamborghini Diablo GT – Lamborghini Wiki

Automaking As the SV ( Sport Veloce ) was already a near race-ready version of the Diablo. the limited run GT model went even further in the same direction. It boasted a modified version of the V12 engine Internal combustion engine . bored out to 6.0 Litre and producing 575 hp (429 kW), while enlarged brakes, an improved and lower-riding suspension and owner-specific gearing were other mechanical changes. More aggressive bodywork with flared fenders and wider wheels was introduced. Body Lamborghini Diablo GT combines a new construction technology with a new design. Almost all the body parts are made of carbon fibre, excluding the roof and the doors only. Front bumper of new design, with ...

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Tesla’s Model X Got Those Sick Lamborghini Diablo Doors

Rubric: Lamborghini | 5 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Tesla’s Model X Got Those Sick Lamborghini Diablo Doors
Tesla’s Model X Got Those Sick Lamborghini Diablo Doors

Tesla#8217;s Model X Got Those Sick Lamborghini Diablo Doors · October 11, 2013 Building on the popularity of the Model S, Telsa Motors plans to push the best features of its electric-car design further with its upcoming SUV, the Model X. The Model X is getting the majority of Tesla#8217;s attention, CEO Elon Musk noted on Tesla#8217;s second-quarter earnings call. #8220;From a product standpoint, the Model X is our primary focus, obviously at this point,#8221; Musk said on the call. #8220;For the most part, our researchers are spending a lot of time personally on the Model X and trying to get the details right. I think there are some things we can do to improve the Model X over the ...

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2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 – Top Speed

Rubric: Lamborghini | 28 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 – Top Speed
2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 – Top Speed

2001 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 Lamborghini Diablo SV 0 price: $274,000 Engine: 60-degree V12 Transmission: Manual Horsepower @ RPM: 550@7,100 MPG(Cty): 12 MPG(Hwy): 18 Torque @ RPM: 457@5,500 Energy: EFI Displacement: 6.0-liter L 0-60 time: 3.4 sec. Quarter Mile time: 11.8 sec. Top Speed: 205 mph 0-100 time: 8.4 sec. Quarter Mile speed: 120.9 mph Layout: Mini-compact Back in the 1990’s and earlier, Lamborghini was not known for it’s Audi partnership and derived models such as the Gallardo. In fact, it was not known for luxury of any sort, and it certainly was not known caring what any environmentalist thought. Lamborghini produced aggressively styled, lightweight machines with massive ...

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Kilometer Magazine: Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE

Rubric: Lamborghini | 25 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Kilometer Magazine: Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE
Kilometer Magazine: Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE

km. Hindsight Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE Stuart Fowle July 1 2010 Each generation of top-dog Lamborghini has left its legacy, a lasting timestamp for each new round of youthful car geeks. If you grew up in the 1980s, you will no doubt reference the Countach poster on your bedroom wall. Kids of the ‘90s my people will remember racing the Diablo to its then incomprehensible top speed of 202 mph in the original Need for Speed video games. And now it’s almost time for the Murcielago to ride off into that sunset; who knows, maybe today’s kids will remember the late-run LP670-4. With production of the Murcielago winding down soon we decided to take a look back on the model that ...

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Exotic car pictures in the ktud archive

Rubric: Lamborghini | 18 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Exotic car pictures in the ktud archive
Exotic car pictures in the ktud archive

GALERY OF (NEAR-)CONTEMPORARY EXOTICS I’ve seen messages in newsgroups and in mailing-lists concerning pictures about such cars as the Jaguar XJ220, Bugatti EB110 etc. etc. Let me present You a selection of some of the finest among the current and near-current exotics. Let’s see a menu what cars’d be found in this page: (last updated on the 31st of January, 1996). Photos courtesy of Bolko Rawicz (brawicz@sfu.ca) This car, according to John Lamm’s wonderful article (Cat Tracks on p. 66 of the Exotic Cars ’94, RoadTrack specials) started as an off-hours company project in the mid-Eighties, a chance for engineers and designers to exercise their imaginations in ...

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