Of all the Lamborghinis that were built, you can say that the Diablo is quite special for the company and its fans. Not only that the Diablo was able to lived up to its diabolical name, it also holds the distinction of replacing the Countach, a car that has topped the majority of exotic car lists in the 70s and 80s. The first Diablo model was fitted with a 5.7 liter engine, a V12 dual overhead cam. Despite coming with a price tag of close to quarter million dollars, the Diablo was found to be lacking in features especially when you compare to it other cars of its caliber. It had manual windows, unpowered seats, and no anti-lock brakes. But when it comes to performance the Diablo is considered a beast. The car was able to reach 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds a a top speed of 325 km/h, becoming the first production Lamborghini car to attained top speed in excess of 320 kilometers per hour (200 mph). Fast forward to today, the car is now treated with respect and reverence, especially by true car enthusiasts who understands and appreciate everything that the Diablo stands for.
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