Fusion Motor Company proudly presents this rare 1998 Lamborghini Diablo SV!!! This 1998 Diablo SV is already extremely rare being a low-production car, but this Diablo SV is also only 1 of 2 produced in the striking Nero Black! The SV or Sport Veloce variant of the Diablo was an optional add-on package to the base car. Under the hood, the 5.7-Liter V12 engine produces a heart-racing 530 HP paired to a five-speed manual transmission. The sound of the engine alone is enough to send chills down your spine. The exterior of the Diablo SV is finished in Nero Black paint, accentuating the cars sharp angles and aerodynamic lines. Additionally, this SV comes with optional SV decals and carbon accents, along with Lamborghini, Diablo, SV, and Marcello Gandini badges. The interior features Snowcorn leather upholstery, carbon fiber trim and shifter, and white-faced dials, providing a comfortable and luxurious driving experience. The optioned SV logo embroidered into the headrests is a beautiful touch that accentuates the notability of this car. The original split-rim SV-branded OZ Racing wheels with Lamborghini-logo center caps are unique to the Super Veloce and are wrapped in 235/35 front and 335/30 rear Pirelli P Zero Asimmetrico tires. This particular Diablo SV has been meticulously maintained and comes with Lamborghini leather bags with tools, racing gloves, straps, and battery tender. The Diablo SV stands as one of Lamborghinis most distinguishable flagship models. This exceptional example poses an opportunity to purchase a rare, manual supercar finished in a fantastic specification. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email email@example.com or call 1-818-773-8181 About the Diablo SV: The Lamborghini Diablo SV was introduced in 1995 at the Geneva Motor Show reviving the Super Veloce title first used on the Mirua SV. The SV is based on the standard Diablo and thus lacks the four-wheel drive of the VT. A notable feature of the SV is an increase in power output to 517PS (510BHP; 380 kW) at 7,100RPM and 580 N m (428 lbf ft) at 5,900RPM of torque, which, paired with the two-wheel drive layout, can increase the likelihood of loss of traction during hard driving. Despite its higher power output, the SV was priced as the entry-level model in the Diablo range, falling below the standard Diablo by a small margin. An adjustable rear spoiler was installed as standard equipment and could be color-matched to the car body or formed from carbon fiber. Other exterior changes included black tail lamp surrounds, repositioned rear fog and reverse lamps as on the SE30, dual front foglamps (rather than the quad style found on all previous models), an extra set of front brake cooling ducts, a ducted engine lid similar to that installed on the Diablo SE30 Jota, and optional SV decals for the sides of the car. The SV also featured larger diameter front brakes (13.4 ) and a corresponding increase in front wheel size to 18 . In 1998, a limited 20-car run of Diablo SVs was produced exclusively for the United States market and called the Monterey Edition. The most notable feature of this edition was the use of the SE30/VT Roadster style of air intakes in front of the rear wheels, unlike the traditional (and persisting) SV style. Several of the cars were painted in unusual, vibrant colors. One Monterey Edition, featuring an upgraded engine and brakes, was driven by Mario Andretti during the Lamborghini-sponsored Running of the Bulls event in California. The Monterey Edition was foreseen to be a collectible, but due to the popularity of the fixed-lamp models to follow, its value did not rise as significantly over time as expected.