Wednesday, July 20, 2011

World Best Lamborghini Diablo SVR

Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1996, SVR variant is a version of the SV light competition, was built from a brand pro-am series known as Diablo Super Trofeo, which was to last three years, and the round will be held as a fundamental support for 1996, 24-hour race of Le Mans. SVR is 191kg less than SV (1385kg) and offers 540 hp (403 kW), mainly in the revised fuel injection timing, and is the first Diablo to use variable valve timing. There are a number of cosmetic differences, the indoor lights or sometimes is used instead of the usual pop-up headlights. Other cosmetic differences includes a front spoiler deeper side skirts and redesigned rear valance.
Also the most visible change is a fully adjustable rear wing, lightweight acrylic side Windows is used instead of glass elements and a set of OZ Racing 18 inch rims of hollow cast magnesium every car sold , came with support from the factory seasons and an input for a series of do. All repairs and maintenance was made by Lamborghini itself. The winner of the OPI first series has been steady, Thomas Bscher, who has been involved in the business side of the label in recent years. A total of 31 versions of this model is entirely manufactured. Few of them have been modified for road use.

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