Introduced back in 1995, the Diablo VT Roadster featured an electrically operated targa top, plus revisions to the front fascia compared to the fixed-top VT version.
Of course, what really set the Diablo VT apart from the non-VT model was the fact that it came with a modified version of the LM002's 4WD system, which could direct up to 25% of the torque to the front wheels in order to aid traction when the rear wheels slipped.
This significantly improved the handling characteristics of a car that won over pretty much everyone who ever came in contact with the magnificent sound of its V12 engine.
Today however, not many would consider the Diablo to be one of the best looking Lamborghinis in history. When it comes to classic Lambos, most mention the Miura, the Countach and... that's about it.
Unencumbered aggression was always one of Lambo's strongest selling points and the Diablo simply was maybe a touch too "soft".
As for this particular Diablo, TopCar made sure to point out that its unique white interior is truly something to behold. Its 530 HP and 3.9-second 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time are always enticing, too...