A car has ended badly for this Lamborghini Diablo as the model in question has been crashed recently by its owner, after losing control of the wheel.
The Lamborghini Diablo can definitely be considered a classic supercar, even if it is not that old yet, but sadly these vehicles keep getting crashed, mostly after their owners show off. The newest incident involving a Diablo is coming from Tokyo, Japan, where the driver of such a model has lost control of the wheel when coming from a car meeting and hit the guardrail. Happily neither the driver nor the passenger suffered any injury.
Lamborghini has produced the Diablo between 1990 and 2001 when it was replaced by the Murcielago. This was offered in two body styles, coupe and roadster, with a mid engine and an all-wheel / rear-wheel drive layout. The Diablo came with a 5.7 liter engine producing 499 HP (367 kW) and 580 Nm (428 lb-ft) of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint made in 4.5 seconds and an impressive top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph). Its name is coming from a ferocious bull raised in the 19th century by the Duke of Veragua, famous for an epic battle with El Chicorro in Madrid, in 1869.
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