Lamborghini Diablo SV: let's see how it behaves on the test bench

 It appears that the 5.7-liter V12 still offers great performance

Only a few Lamborghinis have had the pleasure of bearing the SV (SuperVeloce) name and the Lamborghini Diablo is one of them. The very first car from the Sant'Agata Bolognese automaker to use the SV name was a special version of the Miura.   Compared to the production model, it has undergone only a few external changes, but the naturally aspirated 4-liter V12 has been modified from 350 to 385 hp of power. At the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, the Italian brand unveiled the latest variant of the Diablo: the Lamborghini Diablo SV .  Lamborghini Diablo SV test bench  Under the hood is a 5.7-liter naturally aspirated V12 that manages to deliver 530 hp and 580 Nm. To find out if the engine's performance has decreased over time, the NM2255 put a beautiful blue specimen in excellent condition on the test bench. Through the preview of the video at the beginning of the article, you can also listen to the sound produced by the V12 at maximum revs.  On 95 octane fuel, the Diablo SV we tested returned 492 HP and 581 Nm. We assume these figures were recorded on the crankshaft and not on the rear wheels. Despite having over 37,000km on the odometer, it seems this Lamborghini Diablo SV hasn't lost much power over the years.

Only a few Lamborghinis have had the pleasure of bearing the SV (SuperVeloce) name and the Lamborghini Diablo is one of them. The very first car from the Sant'Agata Bolognese automaker to use the SV name was a special version of the Miura.

Compared to the production model, it has undergone only a few external changes, but the naturally aspirated 4-liter V12 has been modified from 350 to 385 hp of power. At the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, the Italian brand unveiled the latest variant of the Diablo: the Lamborghini Diablo SV .

Only a few Lamborghinis have had the pleasure of bearing the SV (SuperVeloce) name and the Lamborghini Diablo is one of them. The very first car from the Sant'Agata Bolognese automaker to use the SV name was a special version of the Miura.   Compared to the production model, it has undergone only a few external changes, but the naturally aspirated 4-liter V12 has been modified from 350 to 385 hp of power. At the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, the Italian brand unveiled the latest variant of the Diablo: the Lamborghini Diablo SV .  Lamborghini Diablo SV test bench  Under the hood is a 5.7-liter naturally aspirated V12 that manages to deliver 530 hp and 580 Nm. To find out if the engine's performance has decreased over time, the NM2255 put a beautiful blue specimen in excellent condition on the test bench. Through the preview of the video at the beginning of the article, you can also listen to the sound produced by the V12 at maximum revs.  On 95 octane fuel, the Diablo SV we tested returned 492 HP and 581 Nm. We assume these figures were recorded on the crankshaft and not on the rear wheels. Despite having over 37,000km on the odometer, it seems this Lamborghini Diablo SV hasn't lost much power over the years.

Lamborghini Diablo SV test bench

Under the hood is a 5.7-liter naturally aspirated V12 that manages to deliver 530 hp and 580 Nm. To find out if the engine's performance has decreased over time, the NM2255 put a beautiful blue specimen in excellent condition on the test bench. Through the preview of the video at the beginning of the article, you can also listen to the sound produced by the V12 at maximum revs.

On 95 octane fuel, the Diablo SV we tested returned 492 HP and 581 Nm. We assume these figures were recorded on the crankshaft and not on the rear wheels. Despite having over 37,000km on the odometer, it seems this Lamborghini Diablo SV hasn't lost much power over the years.

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