The car features a scratch-made model with semi-transparent windows, damage textures, breakable parts (including a breakable engine cover), eight different paint jobs, a realistic interior, realistic sounds, a dashboard, and a very realistic performance.
HistoryEditIn 1990, the Lamborghini Diablo - successor to the legendary Lamborghini Countach - started production, with a model with a 5.7-litre V12 producing 485bhp, and letting the Diablo reach 202mph - making it not only the first Lamborghini to reach 200mph, but also the fastest car in the world for a year. In 1993, the Diablo VT was introduced, which used four-wheel drive. 1994 saw the SE30 and SE30 Jota appear - the latter could reach 207mph, and produced as much as 595bhp. The Diablo SV appeared in 1995, reviving the Super Veloce name first used on the 1970 Miura SV, and during that same year, a roadster version of the Diablo VT was made. Lamborghini facelifted the Diablo in 1999 (after Audi bought out the company), with another SV model and new VT and VT Roadster models. There was also the Diablo GT, an upgraded SE30 Jota, and finally the VT 6.0. The last Diablo produced was the VT 6.0 SE, made just before the car was replaced with the Lamborghini Murciélago.
- Top Speed: 207 mph
- Horsepower: 485 bhp
- Mass: 3470 lbs
- Durability: Very Low