1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT

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Instantly recognizable and unmistakably devious, the Diablo is one of the most iconic Lamborghini supercars of all time. To many collectors and enthusiasts, the 1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT is one of the most desirable. After all, Lamborghini only made about 400 Diablo VT models.

If you are in the market for this legendary but exclusive supercar, you’re in luck. This particular 1994 Diablo VT is available for sale and it is gorgeous. Featuring a Deep Black exterior finish over a gray leather interior, this stealthy devil is looking to wreak havoc on the tarmac. Even better, with 63,794 kilometers or about 39,639 miles on the odometer, you can put more miles on it without guilt.

After all, this is the all-wheel-drive version of the Diablo, it was born to drive hard. In fact, if you are wondering what VT stands for, it’s Vicious Traction. When this car first hit the scene after its unveiling at the 1993 Geneva International Motor Show, everybody wanted one. The Diablo VT screams to life through the legendary 5.7L V12 engine producing 492 horsepower. 

1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT

Combined with the outstanding AWD traction, this car gets plenty of traction to handle the powerful engine output. That makes it a supercar that is a little easier to control compared to a rear-wheel-drive version of the Diablo. With more confidence behind the wheel, the AWD Diablo VT offers plenty of fun to drivers of almost any skill range.

This particular Diablo VT features a five-speed manual transmission giving you complete control over the nearly 500-hp V12 Lamborghini engine. It was even featured in a 2011 edition of AutoWeek magazine. Owning an Italian supercar comes with its perks.

If you’re looking to add this 1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT to your collection, all you have to do is emerge as the winning bidder. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done with a supercar like this. Happy bidding and good luck.

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