Lamborghini like other super-high-end Italian carmakers are copiously known for creating ultra-rare, limited-edition supercars that don’t even make it to three digit production figures. One such example was the very rare racing-spec Lamborghini Diablo GTR which we covered recently. While the GTR is one of the Lamborghini unicorns that you probably would never see on the roads, the car in question today is an even rarer kind of Lamborghini, of which, there are just two, yes two examples on the entire planet. The Lambo in question is the Lamborghini Diablo GT1 Stradale.
The Lamborghini Diablo GT1 Stradale (road version of the GT1) was produced in the late 1990s in just two numbers. The car is of-course based on the Lamborghini Diablo that was used for the GT championships back in the day. As a result, the GT1 Stradale has an even more tweaked version of the V12 that puts out 665hp, that we imagine will be quite a visceral experience when you consider that the car itself weighs in at 2,500pounds (1133kg).
In the video below, NM2255 takes us through the interior and exterior of the ultra-rare Lamborghini as well the sound of its vicious V12 start up and rev, not too much but a bit. The car belongs to Verona-based Misteral Motors, who have quite an impressive fleet of rare supercars in their garage.