Power would eventually grow past 660 horses (in the SV), and Lamborghini would enter a rear-wheel-drive version of the car in GT-class racing. By the late ’90s, Audi had taken over from Chrysler and a larger 6.0-liter V12 (first seen on the 575-horsepower Diablo GT) would take over across the board, giving the VT 6.0 a healthy 549 horses in its final two model years. The VT introduced all-wheel-drive in 1993 (three years after the Diablo’s debut), while the Super Veloce, or SV, upped output to 510 horses in 1995. $ 4,000,000 - $ 7,000,000Only three made, so if available on the second hand market it will be very expensive. © 2020 Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. The five best cars from the late Eddie Van Halen's personal collection, Lamborghini teaser suggests it's plotting a topless race car, Lamborghini's CEO just quit to become the head of Formula One racing, Signal Boost: Donate so this unfortunate Lambo owner can get his car to 1,400 hp, Florida man buys Lambo with COVID relief funds, gets caught after car crash, These are the five cheapest Lamborghinis on the market today.

How do you follow up a vehicle as brash as the Countach, which shone so bright that it nearly blotted out the gorgeous lines of its predecessor? Lamborghini Veneno Roadster Specs Lamborghini Veneno Roadster powered by 6.5-liter V12 Gas Engine with ISR 7-Speed Automatic transmission.

Even the ‘base’ Aventador was something special, debuting in 2011 as the newest 12-cylinder Lamborghini supercar with a wild near-700 horsepower 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated mill sitting behind the driver. When forced to rank an exotic supercar family tree, sometimes you’ve got to pick nits.
With 580 horsepower on tap from its 6.2-liter motor at its 2001 debut, the Murciélago could easily punch through the 300 km/h barrier, and it was even offered with a six-speed manual gearbox.

Unauthorized distrbution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. After having its initial design rejected by Chrysler, which had purchased the brand in 1987 (that vehicle would go one to become the Cizeta-Moroder V16T) the Diablo’s final form would be the result of a collaborative effort between Countach designer Marcello Gandini and the company’s own internal styling team.

All rights reserved. Less than 15 of these cars were built to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary in 2013, and only a handful ended up as customer cars. In a world where even Italian airports are getting unique versions of the Aventador, it’s difficult to sum them all up, but one can point to outliers like the above-mentioned Veneno and of course the Centenario (built for Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday) as notable luminaries. Petrol Engines (2 Versions) Choose a Lamborghini Veneno version from the list below to get information about engine specs, horsepower, CO2 emissions, fuel consumption, dimensions, tires size, weight and many other facts.

LamboCARS main / Aventador / Veneno - the SPECIFICATIONS, Carbon fiber monocoque with Aluminium front and rear frames, Front and rear horizontal monotube damper with push-rod system, ESP/ ABS with different ESP characteristics managed by drive sel, Dual hydraulic circuit brake system with vacuum brake booster; front and rear CCB, 6-cylinder brake callipers, 4-cylinder brake callipers, Steering Gear with 3 different servortonic charcteristics managed by drive select mode, Front dual stage driver airbag and front adaptive passenger airbag; seats with side �head-thorax� airbags and knee airbags, V-12 60 degree, light-alloy block, mid mounted (longitudal), 4WD with Haldex generation IV, Catalytic converters with lambda sensors.
The Lamborghini Murciélago continued to offer an all-wheel-drive-and-V12 combo like Diablo (a configuration that would also live on in the Aventador) and it introduced a chunkier, more aggressive design compared to the slippery look of the car that came before it.