The Lamborghini Diablo is a supercar that was introduced in 1990 for that model year. It was the first production Lamborghini capable of attaining a speed of 200 mph. The Diablo was sold as the Costanga in Mexico for some reason. The Diablo comes with fully-adjustable seating, an Alpine premium audio system, and options such as a luggage set, a remote CD changer, and a Breguet dash-mounted clock that cost more than $10,000. Power came from a naturally-aspirated DOHC 5.7L V12 with multi-point fuel injection. All Diablos used 5-speed manual transmissions. Most Diablos were rear wheel drive. 1993 brought along power steering and the VT model. The VT featured all wheel drive, electronic dampers, power steering, and a few interior alterations. The SE30 edition was introduced in 1994. The Diablo SuperVeloce or SV came in 1995. The Diablo SV features 18-inch front wheels, bigger front brakes, an adjustable rear spoiler (optionally made of carbon fiber), better brake cooling ducts, a vented hood, dual fog lamps, a black tailight housing, and most importantly, a power increase. The 5.7L V12 is tuned to produce 510 horsepower as opposed to the standard Diablo's 485 horsepower. A roadster variant of the VT came in 1996. The Diablo received a facelift in 1999. It featured exposed headlights, a new interior, and antilock brakes. The Diablo ended its production run in 2001. Seen at the Concours in the Hills car show at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills, AZ.
Did the Diablo have chrome rims as stock?