A classic Lamborghini Diablo SV has been recently spotted out while spitting flames through its exhaust system and gathering a lot of curious eyes onto it and a lot of camera lenses.
If you are used to seeing wrecked bodies when hearing the words “Lamborghini” and “flames” put next to each other, you can take a breath of fresh air, because the video posted below has nothing to do with any unfortunate incident of spontaneous combustion and it is actually showing an impressive Diablo SV revving its engine and spitting flames through its exhaust system, gathering the attention of a lot of people.
The Lamborghini Diablo SV seen in the clip posted below has received modified exhaust outlets and the owner is very excited of showing them off, but if he won’t be careful, he might end up looking to buy a new rear bumper. Lamborghini has introduced the Diablo SV back in 1995, during the Geneva Motor Show, and this came with more horsepower than the standard Diablo, 510 HP (380 kW) to be more precise. Just 2,884 units of the Lamborghini Diablo were ever produced, between 1990 and 2001, in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, and the model was eventually replaced by the Murcielago, Aventador’s predecessor.
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