1996 Lamborghini Diablo SVR

Finished in Aranico
Fresh service
Original condition with many spares





Model Variant

Diablo SVR

Current Mileage

26,000 km



Engine capacity

5.7L V12 / 533HP

exterior color


Interior color


5 Speed Manual

Top speed


Marcello Gandini (initial design) Tom Gale at Chrysler Styling Center

Years produced

1996 - 1996

Total production


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Chassis Number TLA12573 is a European market car finished in striking Arancio, and it's number 11 of the 32 Lamborghini Diablo SVRs ever produced. There are many spare parts and it has just undergone a service.

The Lamborghini Diablo SVR, short for "Sport Veloce Racing," was developed specifically for the Lamborghini Supertrophy—a one-make racing series that ran from 1996 to 1999. This model made its debut in a support race at the 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans, marking Lamborghini's first venture into factory-built race cars.

Designed for pure performance, the SVR was stripped of the standard Diablo's luxury features to save weight. It featured race bucket seats with harnesses, a full roll cage, a larger rear wing, and revised bumpers to enhance aerodynamics and downforce.

Under the hood, the SVR's 5.7L V12 engine was tuned to produce 540 HP. Enhancements included a race-specific exhaust, adjustments to the fuel injection system and ignition timing for better responsiveness, and high-performance components like forged pistons and lightweight connecting rods. The engine also benefited from improved cooling systems, with upgraded radiators and additional cooling ducts to maintain optimal temperatures under racing conditions.

Throughout the Lamborghini Supertrophy series, the Diablo SVR demonstrated its racing prowess, cementing Lamborghini's place in motorsport. Its success laid the groundwork for future racing legends like the Murciélago R-GT and the Huracán Super Trofeo.
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