A classic Lamborghini Diablo has been involved in an unfortunate incident recently in Australia which has left it significantly damaged.
The Lamborghini Diablo is one of the most iconic supercars of the 20th century so seeing one crashed isn’t that healthy for a petrol head, especially if he had a posted of the exotic vehicle on his bedroom door. This particular model has been cut off by another vehicle which ran a red light and the laws of physics applied heavily as the supercar has been crashed. It will definitely need a lot of servicing but hopefully the insurance will cover it completely and this won’t end up in the crusher.
The Italian based automaker has put together the Diablo, in Sant’Agata Bolognese, between 1990 and 2001. Only 2,884 units of the supercar have been put together and this was offered in two body styles, a 2-door coupe and a 2-door roadster. Both of them had the rear mid-engine and rear-wheel / all-wheel drive layout. Power was being provided by a 5.7 liter V12 or by a 6.0 liter V12, connected to a single 5-speed manual transmission. The original model was capable of putting down a total of 492 HP (367 kW) and 580 Nm (428 lb-ft) of torque, allowing it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph). The Diablo succeeded the Countach and it was replaced by the Murcielago.