Dip a toe into the archives of Lamborghini, and you'll uncover legends. But few bear the gravitas of the 2000 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0, especially when it's the ex-factory promotional car. This is the first Lambo built under the watchful eye of Audi. Although they didn't oversee the car entirely, they were ready to show they meant business.

Clocking a modest 7,497 kilometres, this German-registered beast is one of the mere 260 ever produced. Its first dance? With the asphalt beneath the watchful eyes of none other than Valentino Balboni, Lamborghini's very own maestro test driver. As the factory's crown jewel for journalist test-drives and customer previews, every curve and crevice of this Diablo has felt the spotlight's warmth.

Its interior is a symphony of Grigio leather harmonised with Nero Persus surrounds and accented with meticulous black stitching. Throughout its life, it's been cradled by enthusiasts; from a Swedish aficionado for seven splendid years, then to French sports car lover Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot, and onto the shores of Italy. It's been tended to by Berlinetta Motors, ensuring it sings just as it did two decades ago.

Balboni himself inspected the very chassis in 2020. To hold the keys to this Diablo isn't merely owning a car; it's inheriting Lamborghini's legacy, resplendent with its rich history, service records, and tools. Yes, it's higher priced than other similar cars (from what we've read...), but it's arguably the finest example you'll find.

Country of sale: Germany

Price: POA (400k€+)

Seller: O’Kane Lavers

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