A Lamborghini Diablo supercar has been recently crashed in Luxembourg after its driver has pushed the gas pedal too hard and lost control of the wheel, stopping his ride into a bunch of trees.
We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars, there will also be exotic car crashes, and unfortunately people sometimes learn this the hard way. The latest example of such an unfortunate incident is coming all the way from Luxembourg, where a Lamborghini Diablo has definitely seen better days. According to the guys at wreckedexotics.com, the Italian supercar in question has collided into several trees after its driver has lost control of the wheel. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the crash, which is more than we can say of the Diablo.
As a quick reminder, the Lamborghini Diablo has been produced between 1990 and 2001 in 2,884 units. The model was assembled in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, as a successor of the Countach. The model was replaced by the Murcielago and it came in two body styles, a two-door coupe and a two-door roadster, with a choice of two V12 engines, 5.7L and 6.0L, mated to a five-speed manual transmission.