Some people will probably tell you the Diablo wasn’t a particularly good product from the company. It was hard to drive, didn’t shift well and to many was an awkward phase for the company before it built the Murcielago.
None of that matters to me. I can still remember being in the third grade and spotting a sports car calendar at my school’s book fair. That’s where I spotted the Diablo and found my very first dream car.