In case you haven’t found a pet companion just yet, this bull is looking for greener pastures… Kidding, this is like Tinder for cars, with an extremely rare Lamborghini Diablo GTR searching for a new soul mate.
First seen at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show, the Diablo GTR is still not what you would call classic, though it has become an instant cult. The hardcore GTR had 590 horsepower (440 kilowatts), 472 pound-feet (640 Newton-meters) of torque, and an overly aggressive design, which is of course an understatement when discussing a Lamborghini from the era. The model is extremely rare because its production run was limited to just 30 examples – and number 22 here is looking for a new garage. It comes with a white exterior with black detailing such as the wheels or the carbon fiber trim. Its odometer has only racked 6,213 original miles (10,000 kilometers) so its 6.0-liter V12 is basically still new, and fully able to get the supercar to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in just 3.5 seconds, and then up to 211 mph (339 kph).
The GTR came to life based on the Diablo GT and came with a lighter setup thanks to a stripped interior, tipping the scales at just 3,076 pounds (1,395 kilograms). There were no comfort amenities such as air conditioning, stereo, and sound proofing and instead had racing seats, a six-point harness, and a roll cage. The aluminum alloy body panels are complimented by new carbon fiber elements such as the front splitter and side skirts, as well as reinforced plastic throughout – the suspension was modified and new racing-spec Brembo brake calipers were also added.