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They simply don't make cars that sound like these two anymore. The newer V12 Lamborghini models sound a bit different thanks to a higher rev-limit and therefore a different crescendo.
As if driving the Diablo wasn't already aurally pleasing, the fact that there was a Countach with an aftermarket exhaust in front of me meant I had 24 cylinders howling along the freeway.
The Diablo is a lot easier to drive than the Countach, however, don't think for a second that it's as civil as a modern Huracan or Aventador, particularly at low speeds.
The open-gate manual gearbox requires some brute force when swapping cogs. The gearbox is also a dog-leg set-up, meaning that first gear is where second usually is and the reverse is where you'd normally find first.
Then there's the heavy steering, the lack of visibility, the off-centre pedal box, the Chrysler-era interior bits and the lack of any storage compartment whatsoever. All issues melt away when you start the car through.
Firstly, there are pop-up headlamps, utter automotive pornography in my mind. Then there's the cold start from the 5.7-litre V12 which, in an enclosed space, literally almost warranted a change of underpants the first time I heard it.
In terms of output, the quoted figures are 362kW/580Nm with a kerb weight of just over 1600kg. The car feels rapid, but you have to work get the performance from it, which is how I feel it should be from a supercar. It really puts into perspective just how overly-assisted our modern performance machines are.
There were only 200 VT Roasters built and I'm told that this blue right-hand drive variant with its creamy leather interior is one of two in this spec worldwide.
The VT stands for viscous traction, and was the first four-wheel drive Lamborghini supercar, making use of a viscous centre differential. Seeing as though all modern Lamborghini models, bar the Gallardo Valentino Balboni, the VT's significance cannot be understated.
E60 M5. Tow truck not included. What do you think of this car? Let us know in the comments below and don't forget to follow @tunerforce1 for more automotive content!
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