13 Fastest Lamborghini Models of All-Time

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4. Lamborghini Aventador LP900-4 Molto Veloce DMC – Top Speed 224 mph

With a zero to 60 time of 2.5 seconds, this car deserves to be on the fastest Lamborghini list. DMC, another set of German tuners worked on this LP-700 to make it what it is now. You might wonder what the 900 means – it’s the horsepower. This car started with just 691 horsepower and now features 885 horsepower.

Many people really like the unique magma-like paint colors. The aggressive appearance is further enhanced by the larger wing spoiler on the rear, new side skirts, a rear diffuser, front splitter, and updated intake ducts. Then, DMC replaced the car’s existing exhaust system and put on titanium piping. This reduced the system’s weight up to 90%.

This performance kit also replaced the overhead throttle valves of the stock V12 with single intake throttle plates instead. It received one per cylinder. Some of the other features include its reprogrammed ECU, new lines, and pumps. Finally, the wheels are accented with magma color spokes on the matte black rims.

5. Lamborghini Diablo VTTT – Top Speed 222 mph

Maybe you’ve never seen this option as the fastest Lamborghini before. That’s because Platinum Motors only made six cars. They are a Southern California Lamborghini dealership. With a 0 to 60 mph time of just 3.2 seconds, it’s sure to impress everyone that gets inside. This modified supercar features twin Garrett T4 water-cooled turbochargers and custom intercoolers. On top of that, the cylinder heads feature polished ports and the wastegates are electronically controlled. This car comes with an electronic fuel injection system that’s reprogramed plus the competition-style valves that have racing guides.

The improved acceleration comes from the shorter ratio gearbox plus the custom twin-plate Kevlar clutch that handles the additional torque. Then, they upgraded the brakes with ventilated, cross-drilled discs plus brake pads made of carbon fiber. There are three different engine settings through the switch on the dash. This includes two varying degrees of turbocharging boosts. One boosts 6 PSI while the other offers a 9 PSI boost. Then, the third engine setting is valet mode which puts it in limited functionality.

If you think this car is cheap, you couldn’t be more wrong. A Diablo VTTT runs about $500,000, which is double the price of a stock VT.

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