The website is offering the supercar for a cool $499,900 (approx. $652,000 CAD)
Calling this 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV "used" is technically accurate, but quite the overstatement when you look at the instrument cluster.
Montreal Lamborghini is advertising a Diablo that's been driven for exactly 1.8 kilometres. That's approximately 0.1 km for every year of its existence. The website is offering the coupe in U.S. dollars - a cool $499,900, which is approximately $652,000 Canadian at current exchange rates.
The Diablo, which had a decade-plus run from 1990-2001, was eventually replaced by the Murcielago, but this car's V12 engine, manual transmission and rear-wheel drive setup is sure to tempt any driving enthusiast with an extra half-million dollars or so to burn.
It is a bit humourous to see some of the features highlighted on a car that's close to two decades old. This Lamborghini Diablo, for instance, includes "adjustable mirrors from interior," as well as AM/FM radio.
Based on the dozens of pictures on the website, the Diablo does look quite pristine, both inside and out. If a $3.7 million ($2.9M USD) Sesto Elemento is just a little too far out of your price range, this low-mileage Diablo may be just the bargain you're looking for.