Lamborghini Diablo GT from photos, one of only 80 copies made soon goes to the auction.
The car was manufactured in 1999 and has only reached 276 kilometers. It was engineered after the new owner of Lamborghini company became Audi, and it is the strongest Diablo model ever. It has a hexagonal V12 engine that produces 575 horsepower and 630 Nm of torque, which are sent to the rear wheels via a manual gearbox.
This Lamborghini GT is the closest thing to a race car that is legal for public roads.
It has a different interior design and aerodynamic package of equipment, and has never received permission to sell or drive to the United States.
The car on the photo belongs to the German doctor and businessman Peter Vorm, who lives in Malaysia. Prior to this model, he also owned Diablo SVR and Diablo GTR, in which he enjoyed on the track. The only difference is that he did not even drive his Diablo GT. Namely, nearly two decades after this – the twentieth copy was made, it has only 276 kilometers on its odometer. It is on sale together with an active carbon-fiber briefcase.
With such mileage, this model will surely be one of the main attractions that will be exhibited at an auction in Monaco, organized by RM Sotheby’s on May 12th.
The last such copy was sold at auction in London at a price of £515,200, but that model has exceeded 11,100 kilometers, so this one is likely to be even more expensive.