The Lamborghini Diablo VT is a later-edition of the venerable Diablo. This was the first Diablo to feature the addition of all-wheel drive, borrowing the tech from the LM002 SUV that was also made by Lamborghini. This particular car has reportedly undergone a professional refresh. It sports a new interior, as well as a host of new parts under the hood. This 1995 Lamborghini Diablo VT has partial service history, as well as a clean Carfax. Included are the latest records to confirm the car’s restoration, as well as the original set of manuals in their leather case.
The interior of this Lamborghini Diablo VT has been meticulously restored to the original specifications to exactly duplicate the original trim. This includes the Snowcorn White leather interior, with original-specification red piping. This Diablo features an AM/FM CD player, with remote control, as well as a 6-disc CD changer. This is coupled with new Alpine tweeter, midrange and woofer speakers. This Lamborghini Diablo also features electric windows, as well as power door locks with remote control. The entire air conditioning system has also been refreshed, with a new A/C compressor and dryer. The exterior of this Italian stallion is finished in Rosso Diablo red and features new decklid bumpers, and new rubber seals for the trunk, doors, and quarter panels.
The 5.7-liter V12 found on this 1995 Lamborghini Diablo has been restored with an immense level of detail paid to the internals. An exhaustive list of replacement parts (listed below) has been thrown at the engine to ensure the next owner’s experience is kept as smooth as possible. Highlights include new spark plugs, caps, O2 sensors, MAP sensors, ignition coils, and belts.