The Road-Legal Lamborghini Diablo GT1 Is a Thing

I see your very rare Diablo GTR, and would like to raise you by 1. GT1, Stradale, that is.

Signes Advanced Technology

When we say you should probably buy this Lamborghini Diablo GTR, we only want the best for you, as we always do.

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The Italians only built 30 of those "Diablo GT Evos," and the GTRs came with a 590 horsepower 6.0 V12, a five-speed manual and some very loud exhaust pipes. What's not to like? Well, I guess the sole problem with these monsters is that they aren't road legal, and I for one like to get my groceries the most uncomfortable way possible. Enter the GT1 Stradale.

The GT1 Stradale was converted to road-legal from this back in 1997.

Built in a similar fashion as the Porsche 911 GT1 and the Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR, Lambo only produced two GT1 Stradales in partnership with the French racing team Signes Advanced Technology. The pair of SAT Diablo GT1s were then offered through an Italian dealership called , featuring a 665 horsepower V12, a Hewland 6-Speed sequential gearbox and a weight figure of around 2500 lbs.

Talk about some extra flares.

They also came with the most extreme aero kit put on a car this side of a current limited-edition Lamborghini, and and easily removable rear clamshell with additional cooling ducts. That's handy in case you need to change a spark plug in the parking lot, or something of that nature.

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