Representing the last of the great hairy-chested Italian supercars, the mid-engined Diablo VT combines epic looks, spectacular performance and a demonic soundtrack. This particular car was built in 1994 and looks wildly alluring in its Fly Yellow paintwork. For several years it was part of an important Italian collection with an emphasis on Lamborghinis, and throughout its life it has been meticulously looked after – it has a full service history and was recently inspected and serviced by Lamborghini itself. Its total mileage stands at a mere 29,000. The VTs leather-upholstered cabin is in excellent condition, as are its iconic alloy wheels, while the unblemished bodywork has in recent times been subject to a total re-spray, to ensure that the paint is absolutely immaculate. Named after a particularly ferocious fighting bull in the great Lamborghini tradition, the Diablo VT is powered by a 529bhp V12 engine fabled for its evocative roar and fierce performance. The letters VT in its badge stand for viscous traction, which was Lamborghini’s way of denoting four-wheel drive: if the rear of the car begins to lose traction, up to 25 per cent of the torque can be transferred to the front axle to improve the cars behaviour through corners. Compared with the standard Diablo that preceded it, the VT also benefited from improved engine and brake cooling, bigger brakes, electronically controlled dampers, power steering and a better equipped and more ergonomic cabin.