The Lamborghini Diablo GT was unveiled at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show as the 9th variant of the Diablo, combining the racing pedigree and modifications of the Diablo GT2 race car with the flamboyance of a Diablo to create a perfected road racing performance. The Diablo GT was built with only 80 units, making it an extremely rare and highly coveted Diablo among enthusiasts.
The Diablo GT is more agile than other Diablos, including the SV; all thanks to its lightweight carbon fibre body that covers the car almost entirely, apart from the aluminium doors and steel roof. The car is powered by a larger 6.0-liter V12 engine that is capable of generating 575 horsepower. This ferocious engine, combined with custom ratios, allowed the Diablo GT to reach a top speed of 215 mph (346 kph) and accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds. This made it one of the fastest supercars at the time of delivery. All of these were made possible by increasing the stroke by 4mm to 84mm, providing an additional 5% displacement over the standard Diablo engine.
The Diablo GT also features an advanced aerodynamic design that provides exceptional handling and stability at high speeds. Among the unique features of the car was its carbon fibre roof scoop and rear wing, both of which can be adjusted. The car is mated to a 5 speed manual transmission, which offers a more engaging driving experience compared to an automatic transmission.
The interior of the Diablo GT is designed to provide a comfortable and luxurious driving experience. Among the luxurious features are the leather upholstery, air conditioning, and a premium sound system. Despite the addition of these luxurious features, these wouldn’t take away the focus of the Diablo GT, which is performance. Everything about the car is designed to enhance the overall driving experience. The Diablo GT is a symbol of Lamborghini’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of performance and style in the automotive industry.
This example is the Diablo GT #60, which has recently joined the BINGO Collection and has covered less than 2,500km. It features an Arancio Borealis exterior finish and the luxurious interior features a mix of black leather and Alcantara.
Mileage: 2,457 kilometers