|Engine Displacement||5992 cc|
This 2001 coupe is a Supercar that represents the final year of production for Diablo. The Diablo VT 6.0 model sold very well for a temporary model, and only several hundreds were built and were mostly LHD.
This vehicle was sold new in Australia and has travelled a mere 10,100 kilometers and has had only two owners.
Providing abundant power is a 550hp 6.0 Liter V12 that is perfectly paired to a 5 Speed manual transmission. The Diablo 6.0 was also the first with Lamborghini Data Acquisitions System updated controls and improved suspension geometry with a widened front track for improved handling.
A major development of the original Gandini design, the angular silhouette and perfect proportions exude a sense of Italian craftsmanship and intensity that is elegant, yet assertive. This Diablo 6.0 VT has a massive front bumper that features two large air intakes, fixed headlights, and then of course, there are the distinctive doors. Central mounted and quite prominent, the dual exhaust makes a statement itself, while the well-executed cabin is just as dramatic with firm sports seats, a massive carbon fiber center console, steering wheel, and superior visibility.