1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV
- Only 273 units of SV's were produced
- This unit was bought from the official dealer, MIZWA Motors Co., Ltd.
- Later model of the fixed headlight series
- Rare Grigio Scuro exterior color
- A rare "rear wing-less" unit
The Diablo debuted in 1990 as the successor to the Lamborghini Countach. A 5.7-liter V-type 12-valve engine, longitudinal mid ship: A supercar with a scissor door like the Countach.
During the facelift in 1999, the retractable headlight was changed to the fixed headlights used for the Fairlady Z (Z32).
The Diablo consisted of the base model Diablo (RWD), VT (4WD), VT Roadster (4WD) and SE30 (Limited Edition). SE30 Jota (20 units), SV (RWD), SV Roadster (RWD), SE35 (10 units), GT (80 units), 6.0 (4WD), and 6.0SE (special color) were also available in the lineup.
This example is a 1999 SV with a chassis number ZA9DE21AOXLA1244, imported by the official importer MIZWA MOTORS. Body color is in rare Grigio Scuro over Bianco.
Most of the Diablos are modified but this example remains in original condition and the 18-inch OZ racing wheel with the “SV” logo remains in good condition.
The rear wing comes standard for the SV but this example was ordered “wing-less” contributing to the even sharper rear look. The rear wing remains unused with no holes on the body.
273 units were produced. Considering 2,955 units for the Diablo series overall were produced, not many SVs were produced. Rich in originality, with a chic exterior, not many examples like this will be available.