Ice-Blue Lamborghini Diablo SV Is The Hairy-Chested Supercar We’d Love To Own

Described often as the last true Lamborghini, the Diablo is definitely one of the most iconic supercars of the nineties and for good reason.

This 1998 one-off example ranks amongst the best Diablos we’ve come across and represents an excellent opportunity for collectors and fans of the brand.

To create this special Ice Blue paintjob, Lamborghini had to initially paint this Diablo SV in yellow and then finish it off with a fine coat of light blue metallic to give it its pearlescent finish.

Then the original owner purchased the rights to the exterior color, securing this way that this Diablo SV is a truly unique car in Lamborghini’s history. Other features include the SE side skirts, a carbon-fiber gear lever, a more vocal stainless steel exhaust system and a two-tone alcantara interior, all of them straight from the factory.

The cabin features grey, light and dark blue alcantara pretty much everywhere with the SV logo embroidered into the seats with blue contrast stitching. The two previous owners have kept the car in a near-new condition, with the clock showing just 6,941 miles travelled.

Located in the UK, this Lamborghini Diablo SV is offered for sale by Super Veloce Racing with the price on application. Scissor doors, a 529hp V12 paired to a manual, a unique spec and the always-intimidating look makes this Diablo SV one of the best supercars you can buy right now.

PHOTO GALLERY

  • “the original owner purchased the rights to the exterior color”
    HOW DOES THAT WORK?

  • Ken Lyns

    Meanwhile, the factory 300ZX headlights remain true to the original…

  • No pop-up headlights, no dice.

  • Bash

    so, if you paint your car with the same color…. you go to jail!?

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