Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 SE #1
Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 SE #2
12-16-2008, 09:11 AM
2001 Diablo VT 6.0 SE (42 built)
A special edition of the succesful Diablo 6.0 has been prepared and was presented to the public at the 2001 Geneva Motorshow on 3 Mar 2001.
The aim of this special version is to emphasise some of the characteristics of the Lamborghini Diablo offering extreme performance in a comfort package and two exclusive colors: Oro Elios (Gold) and Marrone Eklipsis (Brown), showing the two opposites of Life.
The interior upholstery, seats and dashboard, are colour co-ordinated to the colour of the body and the seats have a special trim.
Comfort in enhanced by an electric seat adjustment as well as by the state-of-the-art Alpine audio system integrating a pan-European navigation system. The same integrated system is available for the US market.
All the exterior and interior details are in visible carbon fibre and have been made with a special titanium thread, thus giving the car more of a shine.
All the metal details of the cockpit have a titanium finish.
The gear lever knob and grid are made of titanium, a very technical material. The intake manifolds and the cylinder-head covers have been made in magnesium in order to emphasise the technological aspect of the engine and to save weight, whereas the brake calipers are now customised with the Lamborghini logo.
To offer the drivers of the Diablo 6.0 SE the best, in terms of acceleration, these models are equiped with a short gear ratio.
The owners of a Lamborghini Diablo SE will be proud of owning such a car, celebrating the entry of the Diablo in the new Millenium.
Technical specifications are identical to the ones of the Diablo 6.0.
2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE
Type 60° V12 - Mid-longitudinal - Aluminum alloy block - Aluminum alloy & magnesium heads - Chain driven DOHC per bank - Intake variable valve timing, electronically controlled - Magnesium intake manifold
Valves: 4 per cylinder
Bore/Stroke : 87mm x 84mm
Compression: 10.7:1 ±0.2
Oil Pump: Gear type
Oil Filter: Full-flow cartridge
Cooling System: pressurised water cooling (1.2 bar) thermostatic valve, with 2 radiators "in parallel", electric fans, front mounted oil cooler
Horsepower: 550 bhp @ 7100 rpm
Torque: 620 Nm/422 ft lb @ 5500
ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Fuel System: Lamborghini Electronic Engine Management System LIE
Type Speed Density: Fuel Injection Sequential Multipoint
Ignition: Static ignition, with idividual coils
Voltage: 12 V
Alternator: 14 V, 115 A
Battery: 12 V, 90 Ah
Transmission: 5-speed + reverse, 4WD (viscous traction)
Front Differential: 2.812:1
Rear Differential: 2.410:1
Transfer Case To Rear: 1.619:1 (optional 1.667:1)
Clutch: Dry single plate 10in / 272mm
5th 1:0.68 (optional 1:0.694)
Chassis: High strength tubular space frame with carbon fibre components
Body Aluminum alloy, carbon fibre and fibreglass reinforced plastic
Steering: Variable power assisted rack and pinion
Wheels: Lightweight Magnesium Alloy Wheels
- front 8.5 x 18 inches
- rear 13 x 18 inches
Front Tires 235/35ZR-18 Pirelli P Zero
Rear Tires 335/30ZR-18 Pirelli P Zero
Front: Independent wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, telescopic dampers, electronically controlled shock absorbers
Rear: Independent wishbones, coil springs, anti-roll bar, telescopic dampers, electronically controlled shock absorbers
Type Double hydraulic circuit, four self-ventilated discs with LUCAS VARITY ABS system
Front: 355 mm ventilated discs
Calipers pistons 2 ¯ 40 mm + 2 ¯ 44 mm
Rear 355mm ventilated discs
Calipers pistons 2 ¯ 40 mm + 2 ¯ 44 mm
Handbrake Mechanical on the rear wheels
Wheelbase 2650 mm
Overall Length 4470 mm
Width 2040 mm
Overall Width (including side mirrors) 2200 mm
Overall Height 1105 mm
Front Track 1610 mm
Rear Track 1650 mm
Ground Clearance n/a
Weight 1625 kg
Distribution Front/Rear 41/59
Fuel Tank 26.4 U.S. Gallons / 100 lt
Cooling Circuit 15 lt.
Engine Oil (total capacity) 13 lt.
Top Speed 330 kph / 205 mph
0-62mph (100 km/h) 3.95sec
Source => Supercars.net - RSSport cars
12-16-2008, 09:17 AM
The gold painted car in your posting is the 6.0 SE, the others are 6.0 VT.
12-16-2008, 10:21 AM
At last! An automotive thread!
Looking back, the Diablo did kinda look better than the Murcielago...