Shot Of The Day. El Diablo

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The jaws of the Lambo elite amongst you will no doubt have just hit the floor, for what we have here are three variants of one of the Italian marque’s most desirable models ever. And yes, I am including the Miura in that.

The RWD and VT models in this trio, for example, was powered by Lambo’s 5.7-litre V12, would hit 100kph from standstill in 4.5s courtesy of 529hp, and would top 325kph. Figures which were ripped asunder a couple of years later by the younger VT 6.0 (left) which ran a 6.0l V12, 549hp, 0-100kph in 3.9s and would hit 335kph.

As well as striking looks – remember those scissor doors? – the Diablo clearly had epic performance in the crosshairs during its 11-year production run. Did you know, for example, that ‘the Devil’ was the first Lamborghini to go beyond the 300kph mark?

Source – germanspotter

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