Raise your hand if you didn’t have a poster of a Lamborghini Diablo in your kid’s room. Nobody? We thought so. Nice driving report here with the Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE.
Each generation of top-dog Lamborghini has left its legacy, a lasting timestamp for each new round of youthful car geeks. If you grew up in the 1980s, you’ll probably reference the Countach poster on your bedroom wall. Kids of the ‘90s – my people – will remember racing the Diablo to its then-incomprehensible top speed of 202 mph in the original Need for Speed video games. And now it’s almost time for the Murcielago to ride off into that sunset — who knows, maybe today’s kids will remember the late-run LP670-4. With Murcielago production set to wind down soon, we decided to take a look back at one of the company’s most iconic models: the Diablo VT 6.0 SE.