The Lamborghini Diablo GTR is a limited production, track-focused variant of the Lamborghini Diablo. It was a more concentrated, harder-core variant of the Lamborghini Diablo GT that was released for the 2000 model year.
The Australian GT Championship was won in 2003 and 2004 by a Diablo GTR driven by Team Lamborghini Australia.
Powered by a naturally aspirated engine with a 6 liter displacement, the Lamborghini Diablo GTR. This engine has a 60-degree V 12-cylinder arrangement, double overhead camshaft valve gear, and four valves per cylinder. 590 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque are generated by the engine.
The famous Lamborghini Countach was replaced by the Lamborghini Diablo, which was introduced in 1990. After buying Lamborghini in 1987, Chrysler oversaw the development of the Diablo. The Spanish word for "Devil" inspired the name Diablo.
The Lamborghini Diablo GT was updated as the Diablo GTR for the 2000 model year. It was a more hard-core, concentrated version of the Diablo GT.
The 1999 Bologna Motor Show saw the debut of the Diablo GTR. It was a street-legal GT that had been modified for racing. With 590 Bhp, the Diablo GTR has broken new ground in the Lamborghini Supertrophy. The Australian Nations Cup Championships were won in 2003 and 2004 by a Diablo GTR driven by Team Lamborghini Australia.