The company Eccentrica decided to celebrate Lamborghini's 60th anniversary by reviving one of its most iconic models: the 1990 Diablo GTR
Emanuel Colombini of Eccentrica Cars and the BorromeodeSilva design studio brought the classic Lamborghini Diablo GTR back to life with a 3D printed titanium body. Produced in just 19 customized models, the car's handling and stability have been adapted to today's technology and demands.
Its gleaming body was created with titanium using 3D printing technology to ensure rigidity and lightness. The car made its international debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 13.
The restomod's interior was designed to be a meeting point between the minimalism of the early 1990s and today's luxury watchmaking mechanics. For example, the steering wheel and dashboard have been redesigned to provide a more comfortable, intuitive and safe driving experience. The seats, now in deep blue, have been redesigned to improve their appearance and ergonomics. For the upholstery, materials such as leather and Alcantara have been mixed.
For the technical development of the Eccentrica Lamborghini Diablo, Emanuel Colombini and Borromeo-Silva turned to engineering experts. Pirelli tires, Brembo brakes, Marantz audio system and Capristo exhaust system were used.
The design team said that in early virtual simulations, the car behaves like a real hypercar, with acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 235 mph.