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A nice silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo in action on the track, note the optional rear wing on this car.
Not all Diablo were ordered in red or yellow, some had this nice dark blue metallic shade.
A nice early series Lamborghini Diablo in a dark metallic red shade, again with optional rear wing.
On the early Diablo production the engine was still a bit cluthered and not so nicely finished.
The Lamborghini Diablo with both doors open, a very clean design, no more wheel arch extensions ...
A very nice black Diablo seen from the top, note this one has the optional rear wing installed.
A close look at the taillights used on the Diablo, also note that the rear bumper doubles as a downforce spoiler ...
The interior of the Lamborghini Diablo, here a white leather upholstery inside a white car.
The Lamborghini Diablo used a V12 engine that found it's roots way back in the 350 GT ...
Full frontal view of the Lamborghini Diablo, the car that would take over from the legendary Countach ...
Perhaps not as intimidating as the Countach, but the Diablo became a very successful car for Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini Diablo seen from the top, clearly showing the well balanced design of the car.
A profile view of the Diablo, note you can actually draw a single line from the front bumper to the rear one ...
The rather large rear view mirrors were needed because the rear of the car was much wider than the front ...
The very clean and un-cluttered design of the Diablo is clearly visible from this angle ...
A look at the stunning interior found inside the Diablo, a lot roomier when compared to the Countach.
The Lamborghini Diablo finished in the classic 'Rosso' color, note the white leather interior ...
The Lamborghini Diablo finished in the classic 'Rosso', note the stunning white leather inside this one ....
The Lamborghini Diablo's cooling ducts for the massive rear disc brakes ...
The very exclusive, and very expensive Breguet clock that was available on the Lamborghini Diablo.
The handmade, custom luggage set that was available as an option on the Lamborghini Diablo.
A close look at the new design of the wheels on the Lamborghini Diablo.
The central console inside the Lamborghini Diablo, note the Alpine radio/cassette player.
A magnificent, high gloss, black Lamborghini Diablo, note there is no rear wing on this specific car ...
A dramatic shot of a stunning silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo with the door and engine cover open ...
A look at a customized rear wing found on a yellow Lamborghini Diablo ... impressive to say the least.
Note the very nice SVR style Carbon Fiber rear wing mounted on this red Lamborghini Diablo.
The by now classic Lamborghini Diablo, here a stunning yellow one with a black leather interior ...
A close look at a silver metallic 1998 Diablo, note the exterior rear view mirror design, very aerodynamic.
The Lamborghini Diablo, nearly ten years old and still looking great, a timeless beauty finished in black...
The new Lamborghini Diablo used integrated air intakes for the rear mounted radiators.
The Lamborghini Diablo finished in a classic red, note the white leather interior inside this car.
Wouldn't this be nice in your garage, both the Diablo and the 400 GT 2+2 belong to the same person.
White on white, a very popular color combination back in the days of the Countach LP500 S ...
Rear view of the impressive Lamborghini Diablo, here a high gloss black car ...
Very impressive view of a black Diablo, this car was parked outside the circuit at Spa Francorchamps.
A look from the rear of the Lamborghini Diablo, note the MurciƩlago in the background.
This specific Diablo was ordered with a white leather interior, note the red piping on the seats and red carpets.
The massive rear wing on this Lamborghini Diablo was in fact a rather expensive option ...
A dramatic view of the upwards opening doors found on the Lamborghini Diablo from the Nineties.
'Low and mean', that could be way to describe the Lamborghini Diablo, especially when it's finished in black.
The Lamborghini Diablo seen from the front, this is an early model with the large dashboard.
A Diablo with the door open, clearly showing the white leather upholstery, check out that Miura in the back.
A look at the interior of a yellow Lamborghini Diablo, note the contrasting piping on the seats.
Fortunately the top of the dashboard isn't finished in white leather, that would create a lot of reflections.
Another view at a black Diablo, note the 99 edition of the dashboard in this pre-1999 model ...
Silver metallic, perhaps not the most impressive color, but it does show every little design cue of the car.
A yellow Lamborghini Diablo is common, but ordering an interior like this ...
This early Diablo was fitted with a Roadster style rear bumper and SV style black surrounds on the taillights.
An attempt at making the rather large original dashboard inside the early Diablo somewhat more readable.
Yellow and blue leather was used throughout this early Lamborghini Diablo, stunning when new ...
The majority of Diablo were ordered with the optional rear wing, it actually lowered the top speed of the car !
Rear view of a 'Giallo' Lamborghini Diablo with a custom ordered blue and yellow leather upholstery.
Can't mistake this car for anything else than a Lamborghini, with those doors ...
A nice yellow Lamborghini Diablo, but perhaps the interior is a little 'over the top' ...
Not my preferred color combination for a yellow Lamborghini Diablo, but it was ordered like this from the factory.
A stunning early Diablo ... with a 1999 edition dashboard, probably the owner didn't like the original, large one.
A low view at a Lamborghini Diablo S, note that the 'S' isn't a factory type but attributed by the owner of this car.
This early Lamborghini Diablo was customized with a Strosek style front bumper/spoiler ...
This specific yellow Lamborghini Diablo was ordered by a Dutch enthusiast, today it is available for rent.
The same blue/yellow combination on the door of this Diablo, even the stitching was customized here.
A very nice silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo with a black leather interior.
A trademark of the Lamborghini flagship, massive wheels and upwards opening doors, here on the Diablo.
The rather cluthered engine bay clearly shows this is an early edition of the Lamborghini Diablo ....
A rear view of a black Lamborghini Diablo with the optional rear spoiler installed.
This rather special metallic blue shade wasn't used very much on the Diablo, but it looks refreshingly nice.
This silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo was shown during an auto show in the Netherlands.
Bright silver metallic over a black leather interior, a very nice color combination on the Diablo.
The SV logo and black taillight surrounds look nice, but this Diablo didn't leave the factory like this.
This yellow Diablo was ordered without the optional rear wing, and it does look sleek and fast anyway ...
A very nice blue metallic Lamborghini Diablo with a light, nearly white, leather interior.
Impressive view of a silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo with both doors and the engine cover open ...
'SV' style fuel filler cap on this Lamborghini Diablo, a nice personal touch on this early model.
A 'black on black' Diablo, a very intimidating color combination on the magnificent V12 powered Lamborghini.
Yellow and red were the most popular colors on the early Lamborghini Diablo from the Nineties.
The impressive rear wing available on the early Lamborghini Diablo model.
This US-specifications Lamborghini Diablo was fitted with the popular chromed wheels.
This specific Diablo was ahead of its time, later this same color combo would be used on the Momo Roadster.
Those massive 17-inch wheels were covered with equally impressive Pirelli
Impressive view at the magnificent silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo ...
This was an early Lamborghini Diablo, which can be recognized by the large dashboard used ...
Custom exhaust system on this yellow Lamborghini Diablo ....
Close up of the very highly designed front spoiler found on the Lamborghini Diablo ...
A slightly different design for the section between the taillights shows this as a more recent Lamborghini Diablo ...
This very nice silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo was shown during a car show in the Netherlands ...
A popular color for the interior of the Diablo, next to black this was the most selection shade ...
A very nice personalized upholstery on this yellow Diablo from the United States.
A very nice black leather interior inside this silver metallic Diablo, note the light color piping on the seats.
The smaller dashboard was mounted during the 1993 production of the Lamborghini Diablo ...
Who wouldn't be impressed by such a stunning 'rear' on this Lamborghini Diablo ?
As usual Alpine was the preferred supplier for the stereo in the Lamborghini Diablo ....
A very nice dark grey metallic Diablo, note the bright red leather interior inside this car ...
Door open in this very nicely detailed black Lamborghini Diablo, note that high gloss.
A close look at the very stylish exterior rear view mirror mounted on the Lamborghini Diablo.
Note the magnificent deep glossy finish on this black Lamborghini Diablo.
An Alpine radio-cassette combination was standard issue on these early (pre-1993) Lamborghini Diablo.
This specific Lamborghini Diablo was made after 1994, the section between the taillights was modified in 1994.
Only on a black car can you get such a deep shine as seen on this Lamborghini Diablo.
A nice blue metallic Lamborghini Diablo on the pit-lane at the circuit in Assen, the Netherlands.
Black on the outside, black on the inside, the Lamborghini Diablo.
This Diablo was nearly ten years old when this photo was taken, it was well maintained by its proud owner.
A dark grey metallic Diablo with a red leather interior, this was a Dutch registered car.
Obviously not every Lamborghini Diablo was fitted with Pirelli after the initial set was worn out.
Those massive rear tires on this Lamborghini Diablo are the standard mounted Pirelli P Zero units.
Perhaps not as bright as a light tan interior, but black leather does 'stand the test of time' very well.
Special sides on this black Lamborghini Diablo, a very nice personal touch.
A very nice yellow Lamborghini Diablo with a black leather interior, note the scale model in front of the car.
A close look at the large dashboard used on the Diablo model before 1993, later a smaller one was mounted.
These 17-inch wheels on the Lamborghini Diablo used a design that reminds us of those used on the Countach.
A look at the massive V12 engine used on the Lamborghini Diablo.
A nice black Diablo from the rear, note the Ferrari F40 in the background ...
The pre-1999 Lamborghini Diablo used pop-up headlights, later these became fixed on the MY1999 model.
This black Lamborghini Diablo featured a nice tan leather interior ...
These custom made exhaust pipes made sure that starting the V12 engine in this Diablo would be noticed.
Rear view of a very nice silver metallic Lamborghini Diablo at the TT circuit in Assen, the Netherlands.
This yellow Lamborghini Diablo does look very clean without the optional rear wing installed.
Both doors open on this German registered yellow Lamborghini Diablo.
A look through the side window of a black Lamborghini Diablo featuring a tan leather interior.
Black might be a difficult color to maintain, but it sure looks stunning ...
That's why those driving lights were mounted in the front spoiler, to avoid using the pop-up headlights all the time.
A magnificent light leather interior inside this black Lamborghini Diablo ...
An impressive view of a red Lamborghini Diablo on the circuit in Monaco.
The Lamborghini Diablo finished in 'super fly yellow', here during an auto expo in the United States.
It is obvious that red was a very popular color, these Diablo's are awaiting final fine-tuning at the factory.
A US-specifications Lamborghini Diablo, those side-lights gave it away ...
A very nice, customized orange Lamborghini Diablo, here seen at the factory parking lot.
This magnificent yellow Lamborghini Diablo was for sale when this photo was taken.
Remember those fighter planes from WW II ? the number of Ferrari's this Diablo 'trashed' are visible on the door.
Note the very big, SVR style rear wing mounted on this 'cherry' red Lamborghini Diablo.
No kidding, my Diablo is sitting underneath all that snow ...
A nicely modified Diablo, note the 'moulded in' taillights taken from the MY2000 Diablo VT 6.0.
A view from the rear of a yellow Lamborghini Diablo with the optional rear wing installed.
A very rare 'gun metal' metallic Diablo from the United Kingdom.
A black Lamborghini Diablo turning into the street, closely followed by a red Countach ...
Both the Countach in the back and the Diablo in the foreground had the optional rear wing installed.
Very nice details on this one of a kind Lamborghini Diablo.
 
 

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