You Can Buy a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV with One Mile on the Odometer
A time capsule from when Lamborghinis were still difficult to drive
Sometimes, getting older stinks. What was once new and fresh is now second- or third-hand and worn. This is especially the case with cars, as they are only brand new once. There are some holdouts, however. Every once in a while, a factory-fresh car emerges with barely any miles on the odometer, causing well-heeled enthusiasts to wage heated bidding wars. If you want to be a part of that action, Lamborghini of Montreal has a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV up for sale with an unbelievable one mile on the odometer.
Looking as fresh and spry as the day it rolled off the Sant'Agata factory floor, this 1999 Lamborghini Diablo is presented in a deep gray color, wearing the desirable SuperVeloce package. For 1999, Lamborghini simplified the Diablo range, with the SV becoming the base model, and added the clear fixed headlights, replacing the popular pop-up headlights.
Under the rear decklid, the SV packed the beloved 5.7-liter V-12 engine, pushing out 529 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque. The interior featured a new curved dash, and for the first time on a Lambo, the Diablo SV featured ABS.
This particular Diablo SV, which is claimed to have only traversed 1.8 km (1.1 miles) since it was built, is offered for a hair under half-a-million dollars at $499,900. Is it worth it? Well, the car will likely need extensive refreshing, despite the incredibly low mileage. Fluids, hoses, the fuel tank, and essentially every crucial rubber component needs replacing before the car will see more miles on public roads. Don't worry, as we are reasonably sure this Diablo won't see a single additional mile, and instead live a pampered life in a climate-controlled collection.
If you have the financial means, or you just want to play the part of curious onlooker, check out what is likely the lowest mileage Diablo in existence here.
Images are not of the actual car for sale.