Derived from a racer that never turned a wheel in competition, the Diablo GT was one of Lamborghini's first road cars to use carbon fiber extensively. Most of its bodywork is made from the composite, as is a lot of its interior trim. Oh, and the briefcase that came with the car.
Lamborghini clearly wanted to make one single concession to practicality in the Diablo GT, but dammit, they weren't gonna add lots of weight to do it. Hence, a carbon-fiber briefcase, which is both lightweight and practical. There's even a little slot in the Diablo GT's trunk that seems to be designed specifically to fit the briefcase.
Unfortunately, there's not much info on the Diablo GT's briefcase online, though we have found . A also claims to have one for his Diablo GT, inscribed with the car's serial number. We've reached out to Lamborghini seeking more information on this very important issue.
If you want to buy a Diablo GT briefcase, you're in luck: . The briefcase also comes with the 12th Diablo GT out of just 80 produced, believed to be the lowest-mile example in the world. With just 276 km (171 miles) on its odometer, this thing is basically factory-fresh. And we bet the briefcase hasn't seen much use either.