The 21 of December of 1999 came out of the factory of Sant’agata this Lamborghini Diablo SV. It was one of the sport’s most pure and performance of the era, eclipsing even the Ferrari F40. But, in addition, this unit is not an anyone, but is the last Diablo SV that was made. To make matters worse it is believed that it was the last Lamborghini to occur, before the Volkswagen Group took over
This context we have used to be referred to as the “last Lamborghini of truth”. Have spent 17 years and Silverstone Auctions announced that this unit will be auctioned coming soon. You only have 51.500 miles (32.000 miles), and is maintained in a state enviable. His body painted in this shade of orange red with pearl effect and steering wheel to the right, a sign of its export to the british market, increase their exclusivity.
Furthermore, it has been very pampered by her current owner, since in 2013 he received a thorough restoration of chassis and suspension valued at 10,000 lbs (a 12.850 euro). That same year, was subjected to a full analysis to the mechanistic level, that has become to be repeated this year. The interior that combines leather and Alcantara presents the usual wear and it has a built in Alpine navigation system with connectivity using Bluetooth and the iPod.
The care engine maintains a series. This Diablo SV equips the V12 maximum power of 5.7-liter and reaches a power of 530 HP. Is linked to a manual gearbox of five-speed transmission and has rear-wheel drive, hence its fame as the “colt rampant”. At that time, to overcome the 300 km/h was quite a feat and this is what I got. The last Lamborhini Diablo SV will be auctioned between 5 and 6 march in the “Practical Classics Restoration and Classic Car Show” in Birmingham. Is expected to reach a price situated between the to 150,000 and 170,000 pounds (192.000 and 218,000 euros).
Source – Silverstone Autctions
The item Goes to auction, the last Lamborghini Diablo SV that was made has been originally published in Current Motor.