Another uncommon twelve-auto keep running of Diablos for the US advertise comprised of VT Roadsters and was known as the Momo Edition. Like the Alpine Edition, the Momo Edition took into account the US auto purchaser's enthusiasm for secondary selling overhaul items. Lamborghini, as opposed to burning through cash to build up certain car segments, had been utilizing reseller's exchange providers, for example, Alpine and MOMO to equip the Diablo. The Momo Edition was again a genuinely standard VT Roadster, however highlighted exceptional upholstery, MOMO 4-point safety belt tackles, and MOMO chrome plated wheels. Like the Alpine Edition, the Momo Edition additionally had MOMO logos weaved in the seat headrests and floor mats.
The VT Roadster appreciated one last restricted keep running of 30 autos for the 2000 model year, after the presentation of the Diablo VT 6.0 (see underneath). This "Thousand years Roadster" demonstrate was accessible in only two hues, Titanium Metallic and yellow, with the 10 autos traded to the United States all completed in Titanium Metallic. Other than a discretionary carbon fiber spoiler, exceptional two-tone calfskin inside, and the shorter-proportion SV raise differential (giving upgraded speeding up), this model included no critical changes from the past structure, and just filled in as a last tribute to the active roadster.
Lamborghini Diablo GT
The Diablo SE30 and its discretionary Jota update pack had been very energetic and race-arranged, yet Lamborghini made this idea a stride encourage in 1999 with its presentation of the simple constrained creation Diablo GT, of which just 80 precedents were delivered available to be purchased. The Diablo GT was a totally race-situated model varying in almost every perspective from the more standard Diablos. The autos were fitted with drastically modified forceful bodywork, a stripped-down inside, and an extended motor. With the restrictiveness came an expansive sticker price of almost $300,000 and accessibility constrained to Europe. Some GT models were foreign made into the US and a couple may have been changed over to street legitimate US detail.
The Diablo GT was detectably extraordinary on the outside. While past Diablo models had varied one from another with unpretentious sash refinements or changes in the brake cooling conduits, the Diablo GT decided on an all new dark carbon fiber front air dam with extensive brake pipes and a focal vent for the oil cooler (the auto still included driving lights, the single combine of round units highlighted on the Diablo VT Roadster). In the front baggage compartment top, an extensive air extractor was included, while the little corner vents on the front bumpers were changed to NACA style conduits. The bumpers themselves were extended to oblige a more extensive front track. In the back, the guard and its lights were expelled, supplanted by a carbon fiber diffuser that constrained the haze and reinforcement lights into the external combine of tail lights, and protected a couple of expansive focus mounted fumes channels. The motor cover highlighted an extensive focal slam air channel jutting over the rooftop; a back spoiler was standard hardware. This radical new body was made for the most part out of carbon fiber, with the steel rooftop and aluminum entryways being the main segments to hold their standard material. Unique 3-piece OZ wheels completed the GT's outside bundle.
Within, the Diablo GT highlighted more unmistakable carbon fiber boards, race-spec container seats with 4-point safety belt outfits, a littler guiding wheel, and a discretionary Alpine LCD screen for GPS route and a guard mounted reinforcement camera. Regardless of the dashing misrepresentations of the vehicle, cooling was still introduced as standard gear; airbags could be alternatively excluded.
While past Diablos had tuned and changed the 5.7 L (348 cu in) motor with different start and fuel framework overhauls, the Diablo GT selected a bigger dislodging elective. While the essential V12 square continued as before, the motor was stroked from 80 mm (3.1 in) to 84 mm (3.3 in) for another dislodging of 6.0 L (366 cu in); this motor, which would later be utilized in the modified Diablo VT 6.0, created (in GT trim) 583 PS (429 kW; 575 hp) and 630 N⋅m (465 lb⋅ft) of torque. The transmission was a similar 5-speed utilized in different Diablos, however extraordinary rigging proportions could be indicated by the race-situated purchaser. Raise wheel drive was utilized to spare weight, as usual.
Diablo VT 6.0 and VT 6.0 SE
Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0
In 1994 Chrysler left F1 and sold Lamborghini to a gathering of Indonesians, by 1998 Audi AG assumed control Lamborghini from its previous Southeast Asian proprietors, MyCom and V'Power and set out to modernize and refine the Diablo, while its substitution, the Murciélago, was produced. Audi entrusted Luc Donckerwolke with planning a more refined, cultivated, present day Diablo. The VT 6.0, discharged available to be purchased for the 2000 model year, was the consequence of that structure and included noteworthy styling changes both all around.
Remotely, the Diablo VT 6.0 contrasted from its ancestors with a reconsidered front sash that included two substantial air admissions (like those later utilized on the Murciélago). The air dam, nose board, and bumpers were altogether revised and smoothed, the pointers were amplified and moved in position, and the little air deltas in the highest points of the bumpers were erased. The back of the auto stayed well-known, however the taillight encompasses were presently body-shaded (as opposed to straightforward red or dark) and the lights themselves utilized the setup seen on the constrained Diablo GT. Not at all like past Diablos, which had all utilized 3-piece combination wheels, the VT 6.0 laid on monobloc cast aluminum 18 inch OZ edges, which were styled with a 5-opening "telephone dial" plan like that seen on the later models of the Countach. Within, the inside was additionally refined in ordinary German mold; the new-styled dash presented on the 1999 Diablo go was held, yet a conspicuous carbon fiber focus support was fitted, the cooling was enhanced, and the seat and pedal arrangement was modified.
The VT 6.0, according to its name, additionally highlighted the new 6.0 L (370 cu in) V12 presented in the Diablo GT (a stroker form of the customary Diablo 5.7 liter V12). The engine had refreshed ECU programming notwithstanding new admission and fumes frameworks and a refined variable valve timing framework with marginally less forceful camshafts than had been utilized in the before forms. This powerplant created 583 PS (429 kW; 575 hp) and 620 N⋅m (457 lb⋅ft) of torque, more than any earlier standard Diablo.
As a result of the arrangements being made for the up and coming Murciélago, the Diablo VT car was the main accessible variation, without any roadster or SV models arranged; notwithstanding, clients could uncommonly arrange a back wheel drive adaptation of the VT 6.0 on the off chance that they so wanted.
Before the Diablo was resigned, Lamborghini delivered a restricted 2001 model year 42-auto creation keep running of an exceptional version Diablo VT 6.0 SE, this powerplant delivered 557 PS (410 kW; 549 hp). This model was just accessible in two hues; the gold metallic "Oro Elios" spoke to dawn, while the shading moving bronze/maroon "Marrone Eklipsis" spoke to dusk. Little else changed, put something aside for another magnesium consumption complex, exceptional upholstery treatment, "Lamborghini" badged brake calipers, far reaching guide programming in the route framework, and improved carbon fiber trim.