Limited to 19-units worldwide, the Eccentrica Diablo is a $1.3-million Lamborghini Diablo restomod that retains the classic looks, while adding several technological upgrades. Power comes from a 5.7L V12 that now makes 542 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, enabling it to accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 3.5-seconds, while topping out at 208 mph.
Aesthetically, it features pop-down headlights, a revamped front end, aerodynamic side skirts, ultra lightweight alloy wheels and a streamlined rear section. Eccentrica wanted to ensure that they not only improved that vehicle’s mechanics and performance, but also preserved its spirit as well as retained its analogue feel while maximizing power delivery. The $1.3-million price tag does not include the donor vehicle, and it takes up to 18-months to finish the build.
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The Diablo not only talks the talk, but it also walks the walk thanks to performance, design and attention to detail, the three cornerstones of a restomod project taking this 90’s icon to the next level by enhancing its performance through a bold technological and design upgrade,” said Eccentrica.