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Eccentrica Lamborghini Diablo Restomod

Eccentrica has given the legendary Lamborghini Diablo a stunning restomod version with a reworked bodywork, 550hp and a modern interior to die for. This remarkable creation, masterfully designed by BorromeodeSilva (also renowned for the exquisite Nardone Porsche 928 Restomod), showcases a meticulously reworked body, an awe-inspiring 550hp engine, and a modern and opulent interior.

The primary goal of this restomod project is to restore the Diablo to its former glory while elevating its technical capabilities. Meticulous enhancements have been made to the mechanics and performance, ensuring a perfect balance between preserving the cars analog feel and maximizing its potential. By utilizing high-quality materials and refining the ergonomics, Eccentrica has taken the Diablo to unprecedented heights while staying true to its original character and style.

Inspired by the Diablo GTR, the Eccentrica Diablo features a fully revised body, with only the windshield remaining unchanged. Notable exterior upgrades include a wider track, reduced overhang, extensive aerodynamic enhancements, carbon fiber components, and striking 19" alloy wheels. The distinctive "pop-down headlight" design adds a touch of elegance and practicality.

Beneath the hood, the original 5.7L V12 engine has been enhanced with advanced valves and camshafts, resulting in an impressive power output of 550 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque. The car is equipped with high-performance Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires and six-piston monoblock brakes from Brembo, ensuring optimal performance and control.

Step inside the Eccentrica Diablo to discover a seamlessly streamlined interior adorned with luxurious Alcantara and carbon fiber trim. The combination of minimalist 90s aesthetics and state-of-the-art mechanical features creates an ambiance reminiscent of fine watchmaking, providing an unparalleled level of luxury.




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