Unlike its predecessors of the same name, the 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 was crafted during the years that its replacement, the Lamborghini Murcielago, was in development. As a result, the VT 6.0 features a unique hybrid design, exhibiting attributes of both its Diablo ancestors and Murcielago descendants. On the outside, the VT 6.0s front bumper sports two large air intakes that foreshadow the Murcielagos own front end decor. The back end of the vehicle remains much the same as other Diablo models, but the tail light surrounds are body-colored (instead of red or black) and the tail light lamps mirror the configuration of the Diablo GT variant. All things considered, the Diablo VT 6.0 is a mishmash of old and new: the best of the past and a hint of the future. This chassis number A12508 is one of few VT 6.0s painted in a gorgeous and exceedingly rare arancio atlas orange. If the prestige of the lamborghini make isnt enough to turn heads, this fabulous color will be. The A12508 is also equipped with a carbon fiber spoiler that appears standard from a distance, but, upon closer inspection, possesses a dazzling ocean blue-tinged shade. Lastly, the retro 5-hole phone dial design wheels provide the A12508 with a detail that reminds onlookers just how far technology has come. Specs 550 hp 6.0L V12 engine, 1.2 bar pressurized water cooling system, 5-speed manual transmission, Lightened carbon reinforced chassis, Four-wheel drive, Brembo servo-assisted four-wheel disc brakes, 18-inch OZ wheels with 5-hole phone dial design, Blue-tinged carbon fiber spoiler.