Low miles mean high value.
Introduced during the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Diablo SV, which stands for Super Veloce, arrived as both one of the most powerful and capable iterations of the model. Unlike a standard Diablo, the SV lacks all-wheel drive, sending all of its 510 hp and 428 lb-ft output to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission.
The vehicle listed for sale today is a 1999 model year car. Aside from benefiting from a mid-cycle refresh, this version of the SV sees power increase to 529 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque. Alongside the added power, the refreshed SV also got variable valve timing, anti-lock brakes, and larger brake rotors.
The collector-grade SV example listed above is currently for sale with an asking price of $599,995 at Velocity Motorcars. According to the seller, this specific example has been fully serviced and is in excellent mechanical condition. Thanks to its low mileage, the contrasting black leather interior is in excellent shape showing minimal signs of wear. Due to its originality, this SV could easily serve as a piece in a larger collection. For more details, please click the link below.