The Lamborghini Diablo GT was introduced in 1998 based on the formula of the SE30 and the SE30 Jota of which only 80 examples were produced for sale. The Diablo GT was a track-focused variant of the Diablo that had a number of distinctive, model-specific features.
The bodywork of the GT was drastically redesigned to be more aggressive, the interior was gutted, and a new engine with 575 horsepower was installed.
A 6.0L naturally aspirated V12 engine that generated 475 bhp at 7,300 rpm and 465 ft lbs of torque at 5,200 rpm propelled the Lamborghini Diablo GT. The Lamborghini Diablo, with a top speed of 325 kmph, was the world's fastest production car when it was introduced in 1990.
The Countach and Miura models served as design cues for the Lamborghini Diablo GT, which had a very distinctive appearance. With a broader body and a more aerodynamic design, the Diablo GT featured a more aggressive appearance. It also featured an updated front bumper and a bigger rear wing.
In 1990, the Lamborghini Diablo made its debut as the Countach model's replacement. The Diablo GT was first released in 1999, and it was manufactured through 2000. At the time of its initial release, the Lamborghini Diablo GT had a price tag of almost $300,000. There were just 80 Lamborghini Diablo GTs made.