It was rarer too, as only 150 units were made – and now the very first example ever built is going up for auction at Villa Erba in Italy
. Essentially, the SE30 was a hardcore, track-focused variant of the iconic Diablo that, despite all the mechanical upgrades, was road-legal. It’s equipped with the same 5.7-liter V12 as the standard Diablo, but a tuned fuel system, magnesium intake manifolds, and a free-flowing exhaust boosted the power output to 523 horsepower, resulting in a top speed of over 200 mph. Straked brake cooling ducts and a massive rear spoiler further distinguish the Diablo SE30, while the louvered engine cover improve the aerodynamics and engine cooling.