Model: Diablo 6.0 VT
If any sports car on the market truly deserves the designation “supercar,” it’s the Italian-built Lamborghini Diablo. Known in its current form as the Diablo 6.0, the startling-looking two-seat coupe adopted a new 6.0-liter V-12 engine in 2000, as well as a number of other improvements: a new air conditioning system, wider front and rear track dimensions, a redesigned exhaust system, a new front bumper, new lightweight magnesium alloy wheels, and wider front and rear fenders. The driver’s seat was moved toward the center for a better driving position, and gauges were redesigned.
Engine liters 6.0 Cylinder configuration V-12 Horsepower 550-hp @ 7,100 rpm Torque 457 lbs.-ft. @ 5,500 rpm # of valves 48 Mid mount engine Variable valve control Sequential MPI Recommended fuel premium unleaded Aluminum cylinder block Aluminum cylinder head Engine oil cooler Ignition type electronic
Engine type V-12 Engine displacement 366 cu.in. Engine horsepower 550-hp @ 7,100 rpm Engine torque 457 lbs.-ft. @ 5,500 rpm Valvetrain DOHC Valves 48 Engine bore x stroke 3.4" x 3.3" Compression ratio 10.70 to 1 Fuel tank capacity 26.4 gal. Fuel economy city 11 mpg Fuel economy highway 17 mpg Drag coefficient .31 Curb weight 3,583 lbs. Exterior length 176.0" Exterior body width 80.3" Exterior height 43.5" Wheelbase 104.3" Front tread 63.4" Rear tread 65.7" Turning radius 21.3' Ground clearance (min.) 5.5" Passenger volume 45.0 cu.ft. Interior cargo volume 5.0 cu.ft. Maximum interior cargo volume 5.0 cu.ft.