Lamborghini Diablo SV reg Number P11 LAM chassis number VLA 12697
UK supplied to Lamborghini Great Britain Ltd Bath Road Calcot Reading Berkshire RG31 7SG
First page of origins service book Date of supply is 7th February 1997 to Mr R Abel of Bristol
The SV still remains on its original reg Number P11 LAM
When opening the original service book the following services are stamped.
24th April 1997 @1338 klms Lamborghini Great Britain Ltd
25th June 1998 @5836 Klms Lamborghini Great Britain Ltd
22nd March 2000 @11163 Klms Lamborghini Great Britain Ltd
17th Oct 2001 @29911 Klms Lamborghini Great Britain Ltd
8th April 2004 @45805 klms Lamborghini Wycombe Service
19th July 2008 @52000 klms Pagham service station
7th Sep 2009 @56799 klms Carrera Sport
9th Aug 2013 @63800klm SGM performance engineering
26th March 2019 @64868klms Lamborghini Manchester.
07/03/2000-2001 @11133 klms
30/03/2001-2002 @22512 klms
31/03/2003 -2004 @39040 klms
03/06/2004-2005 @46389 klms
07/08/2005-2006 @49539 klms
22/03/2006-2007 @50848 klms
10/07/2007-2008 @51959 klms
26/07/2008-2009 @54015 klms
31/07/2009- 2010 @56607 klms
28/01/2011-2012 @57473 klms
19/10/2011-2012 @59070 klms
16/10/2012-2013 @63206 klms
In 2014 the was sold to a collector M Baur where the SV resided in Germany until last year.
In October 2019 we carried out a MOT @ 64879 klms
1997-2000 Mr R Abel
2000-2004 Mr M Odley
2004-2008 2 more keepers nothing in the file recorded.
2008-2011-Mr P Robinson
2011-2013 Mr N Jones
2013-2014 Targa Florio Cars
2014-2019 Mr M Baur
2019 -present Amari Super Cars
Present with the SV is
Original service book
Sales & Service organisation booklet
Diablo Hand booklet.
When you see an SV badge on a Lamborghini, you just know it means business.
SV, or SuperVeloce, has been used by Lamborghini to mark a truly special version of their cars since the 1970's, and each time the cars have been wilder and as always very collectable.
The Diablo SV was based on the 2WD Diablo, back before Audi made all the cars 4WD.
The V12 was tuned to now deliver 510 bhp which shot the car to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds and increased the top speed to 204 mph.
The car gained a larger rear wing, huge air intakes over the engine cover, full alcantara interior and the option of SV graphics.
The exterior is in the true Diablo colour, Giallo paintwork with the interior in Nero with Giallo Stitching and SV Logos Stitched into the Headrests.
With the prices of classic Lamborghini's soaring and Diablo's becoming increasingly difficult to find, we have no doubt this will be an investment car and one that is important to the brands history.
If you would like more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact our sales team on 01772 663 777.
Viewing is strictly by appointment only.
Lamborghini launched a facelifted Diablo in 1999, simplifying the model range by eliminating the "base" Diablo (since the SV model had become the new entry-level trim anyway) and applying universal revisions across the lineup. The most immediately noticeable exterior change was the replacement of the previous Diablo's pop-up headlamp units with fixed composite lenses, borrowed under license from their original application in the Nissan 300ZX Z32. All Diablos were also fitted with new 18 inch wheels.
The Diablo range also received an updated interior. Instead of the traditional flat dashboard with a separate upright instrument binnacle, as in many Italian sports cars of the era (and the previous Diablo), the new dash was an integrated wave-shaped design. A thin strip of black glass ran the length of the dash and contained various instrument indicator and warning lamps. This aesthetic design was inspired by Bang & Olufsen Hi-Fi products.
Under the engine lid, the tried-and-true V12 was bumped to 536 PS (394 kW; 529 hp) and 605 N.m (446 lb.ft) of torque for both the SV and VT models and now featured variable valve timing. For the first time ever in a Lamborghini, the Diablo was equipped with a Kelsey-Hayes ABS unit, complementing larger diameter brake rotors.