1999 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster

81 examples produced for the U.S.
Total production: 466





Model Variant

Diablo VT Roadster

Current Mileage

6,300 miles



Engine capacity

5.7 liter, 4-valve V12 / 492BHP

exterior color

Rosso Targa

Interior color



Five Speed Manual

Top speed



Marcello Gandini (initial) Luc Donckerwolke

Years produced

1996 - 2000

Total production


More details

Chassis Number XLA12197 is this US market Rossa Targa car with Creme Nocciola Leather interior, currently believed to be residing in Newton Square, PA, USA (Porsche Dealer).

Build Completion Date: 09 Apr 1999 Delivery Market: USA
Billing Date: 09 Apr 1999

The Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster was produced until 1999. The production of the Diablo VT Roadster started in 1995, and it was offered until 1999. During this period, a total of 466 units were produced.

The Diablo VT Roadster was a convertible version of the Diablo VT coupe and featured a removable roof panel, which could be stored in the front trunk of the car. The Diablo VT Roadster was a highly sought-after model due to its performance and unique styling, and it remains a popular collectible among car enthusiasts today

Unlike the Diablo VT, the second generation Diablo VT Roadster was produced from 1999 until 2000. As with all Diablos from the 1999 model year onward, the second generation VT Roadster received an updated interior, as well as larger brakes and the new fixed headlamp units. Among other improvements, the updated VT Roadster was fitted with a more powerful version of Lamborghini’s 5.7L V12, which saw total power jump to 529hp.

While production for the standard second generation VT Roadster ended in 1999, a special run of 30 Millennium Edition Roadsters were built in 2000. These cars were almost identical mechanically to the VT Roadster, but featured a different differential, as well as cosmetic changes unique to the Millennium Edition

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