Lamborghini Diablo SV (1999) - Lighten or simplify various models by eliminating the "base" Diablo.

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Diablo SV 
Diablo SV (1999)
  • Manufacturer Lamborghini
  • Assembly Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy
  • Predecessor Lamborghini Countach
  • Price range $179,900
Designer(s) Marcello Gandini (initial design), Tom Gale at Chrysler Styling Center (final design).
  • Production 1995–1998
  • Engine 5.7 L (348 cu in) V12
  • Maximum power 517 PS (380 kW, 510 hp)
  • Maximum torque 580 N·m (428 lb·ft)
  • Successor Lamborghini MurciĆ©lago
  • Class Sports car
  • Body style 2-door coupe
  • 2-door roadster
  • Layout Mid-engine, RWD / AWD
  • Drive Layout Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
  • Brakes Brembo servo-assisted four-wheel disc brakes, 340 mm (13.4 in) front × 310 mm (12.2 in) rear
  • Curb weight 1,576 kg (3,470 lb)
Dream Fantasy Cars-Diablo SV
Diablo SV 
Lamborghini Diablo issued again face lifted in 1999, lighten or simplify various models by eliminating the "base" Diablo (since the SV models have become the new entry-level trim anyway) and applying universal renewal in the lineup. The most noticeable exterior change was the replacement of the head lamp Diablo pop-ups with fixed composite lenses, under license from their original application in the Nissan 300ZX Z32.
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Diablo SV  interior
All Diablos are also equipped with new 18-inch alloy wheels. Instead of the traditional flat dashboard with a separate upright instrument binnacle, as in many Italian sports car era (and the previous Diablo), new dash was an integrated wave-shaped design. A thin strip of black glass ran the length of the dash and contains a variety of instruments and indicator lights peringatan.Desain inspired by Bang & Olufsen Hi-Fi products. V12 tried and true with the 536 PS (394 kW; 529 hp) and 605 N · m (446 pounds · ft) of torque to both the SV and VT models and now features variable valve timing. For the first time in a Lamborghini, Diablo is equipped with a Kelsey-Hayes ABS unit, complementing larger diameter brake rotors.

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