Along with the McLaren F1, the Lamborghini Diablo is in most gear heads’ top three supercars of the ’90s.
Produced before Audi took over and updated shortly after, the senior machine has underwent through yet another visual interpretation, one that brings more modern bits and pieces taken from newer Lamborghinis and combined into a rendering that has been posted by YasidDesign.
The Murcielago SV has served as a basis for this tweaked Diablo, adding its front apron and fixed rear wing, but the newer Aventador hasn’t been left aside either, as it provides the necessary wheels and side details.
“Lamborghini Diablo revised with a newer kit/facelift inspired from the Murcielago SV and some Aventador lines for the side, while keeping the initial design/lines of the Diablo. Newer Aventador wheels and Murcielago SV wing. Could not be happier about the outcome!”, the man behind this virtual project said, who came up with similar ideas for the Miura and Countach in the past.
As for his next assignment, he will take on the Lamborghini LM002, aka the Rambo Lambo. That should be interesting…