The Lamborghini Diablo SV was introduced at the 1995 Geneva Auto Show, reviving the super veloce title first used on the Miura SV. The SV was based on the standard Diablo and therefore lacked the four-wheel drive of the VT. Combining the two wheel drive configuration with a power increase to 510 bhp produced a car which was highly entertaining, but demanded respect from the driver. Perhaps in recognition of this, the SV was fitted with larger front brakes and an adjustable rear spoiler.
This stunning RHD SV was the 1996 Motor Show car, and is the only example of this iconic car which was produced in Blu Speciale, a colour which suits the car extremely well. Presented in excellent condition throughout and fitted with uprated wheels and a sports exhaust. Only 46,000 kms from new and driving exactly as it should.
UK RHD SVs were produced in very small numbers, and there are only 13 currently licensed or on SORN. With Lamborghini prices climbing sharply, this unique example represents a truly show-stopping investment
Feb 15, 2016