Lamborghini Diablo SE
In 1990 Lamborghini built a car that was destined to become the worthy heir of the renowned Miura and Countach: the Diablo. Its body once again took shape under Marcello Gandini’s pencil which, in this case too, included the infamous scissor doors. One year later, with the Diablo VT (Visco Traction) Lamborghini launched the first permanent four-wheel drive super car on the market, making its 500 HP even easier to tame – and other, more powerful models followed its success.
The 6.0 Special Edition (SE) was available in 2 colours elios gold and eklipsis brown – and with only 42 cars made, is the rarest edition of the Diablo of which, between 1990 and 2001, exactly 2,898 vehicles were produced, worthily pursuing the Miura and Countach legend.
Source: Lamborghini press