What seems to be an abandoned unit of the Lamborghini Diablo has been spotted recently in Austria, in an underground parking lot.
The financial crisis has affected everyone and we all know that wealthy Arabs prefer to abandon their expensive vehicles rather than pay their taxes but this particular model is not owned by an Arab and it’s not in the Middle East. In fact, the red finished Lamborghini Diablo has been spotted recently in Austria, in an underground parking lot, with a lot of dust covering its body which is suggesting that it hasn’t been moved in a lot of months (years). We do notice the small heart drawn onto it and it is actually heart-breaking for a petrol head to see a Diablo looking like this.
But this isn’t your regular Lamborghini Diablo and it is the SE30, which has been introduced back in 1994 as a limited production special model, to commemorate the company’s 30th anniversary. The model was a street-legal racing vehicle and it was more powerful than the standard Diablo. It remained rear-wheel drive in order to save weight and it received adjustable stiffness anti-roll bars controllable from the interior and the power glass side windows have been replaced with fixed Plexiglas. The exterior design has been slightly updated too in order to make it look instantly recognizable. Under its hood, a V12 engine was found, capable of putting down a total of 530 HP.