In 1995, to enter in the JGTC hustling in Japan, Japan Lamborghini Owners Club (JLOC) requested Lamborghini to create two rivalry autos with one street going auto. They were created with specialized help of Lamborghini Engineering and permitted to name Jota. Every one of the three autos exist in Japan.
The primary created auto, Jota PO.01, really contended in JGTC arrangement hustling in 1995 and 1996 seasons. It has dry-sump 5,707cc motor with Multi Mode Engine Control (MMEC) innovation which had created through Formula One test in 1991 season. The second auto, Jota PO.02, was likewise created in 1995 with particulars for perseverance race, and really contended in Suzuka 1000km race. In spite of the fact that it was wanted to enter 24 Hours of Le Mans, it was not understood. The third auto, Jota PO.03, has determinations for street use with dry-sump motor with MMMC.
Diablo GT1 Stradale
Following the strides of Porsche in 1996 with the GT1, a reason fabricated hustling auto that drummed up some excitement in motorsports, Lamborghini contracted Signes Advanced Technologies (SAT), an organization situated in Toulon, France gaining practical experience in assembling model race autos, to build up a dashing rendition of the Diablo to enter in the GT1 class hustling. The organization would fabricate a completely new undercarriage made of tubular steel and a carbon fiber body looking to some extent like the street running Diablo with Lamborghini providing the motor and getting the venture through homologation. The 5.7 L V12 motor utilized in the standard Diablos was stroked to a dislodging of 6.0 L using a reconstructed motor administration framework. The new motor had a greatest power yield of 655 hp (664 PS; 488 kW) at 7,550 RPM and 687 N⋅m (507 lb⋅ft) of torque at 5,500 RPM and exchanged the ability to the back wheels through a 6-speed Hewland consecutive manual transmission. The completed auto weighed only 1,050 kg (2,315 lb) making it the lightest Diablo at any point created. The body work included substantial changes and next to no was imparted to the street auto. A profound button spoiler and settled front lights alongside a customizable back wing was one of the fundamental changes. The front and back segment of the auto were totally removable to enable simple access to the mechanicals of the auto, the wheelbase and length of the auto was expanded than a normal Diablo for improved execution. Bigger air admissions on the back, NACA channels close to the entryways and air admissions from the Diablo SV enhanced motor cooling. The auto used scissor entryways and tail lights from a normal Diablo additionally expanding its likeness with the street going model. Different highlights included reason fabricated race inside, plexiglass windows, 18-inch focus bolt OZ hustling haggles coordinated move confine. The auto was introduced in 1997 to the manufacturing plant within the sight of FIA agents who endorsed and homologated the auto for hustling. In any case, monetary troubles encompassing Lamborghini around then constrained the organization to not run further with the task. Just 2 autos were fabricated, one was intended for dashing and one was the street lawful adaptation which dropped the back wing. The dashing form was purchased by the JLOC hustling group from Japan who utilized it in the JGTC arrangement dashing until the point when the arrangement was surrendered and the street adaptation stayed in the responsibility for until the point when it was sold to Mistral Motors in Italy.  
Lamborghini Diablo SV-R contending at the Lamborghini "Supertrophy" occasion
Disclosed at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show, the Diablo SV-R is a lightweight rivalry form of the SV and the main Lamborghini to be formally worked for motorsport purposes, as Ferruccio Lamborghini had never wanted to manufacture "road legitimate race autos" like opponent Ferrari. As opposed to agree to the prerequisites for any settled dashing arrangement, Lamborghini made its own Lamborghini Supertrophy which kept running for a long time (supplanted later with the GTR Supertrophy for the Diablo GTR), with its debut round held as the help race to the 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 28 Diablo SV-R's entered, which were worked in 4 months on the Diablo sequential construction system alongside creation SV's, altogether completed this first occasion without noteworthy problems.
The Diablo SV-R included a stripped-down inside with a rollcage, dashing seat, and removable controlling wheel; the power glass side windows were supplanted with settled Plexiglass with conventional race-style sliding areas. On the outside, the electric spring up headlamps were supplanted either with settled units (like those which seemed later out and about autos in 1999) or with open ducting for the front brakes. A bigger, more profound front spoiler was fitted, while the back guard was supplanted with a diffuser gathering and the customary Diablo "wing" was supplanted with a genuine flexible carbon fiber spoiler. Side skirts were included for streamlined features, however this left so little ground leeway that pneumatic air jacks additionally must be introduced to raise the auto for administration in the pit path; comparable jacks can be found being used on the later Ferrari F430 Challenge. Lightweight, empty focus bolt OZ wheels were utilized, despite the fact that these were later changed to more grounded Speedline units. Direct rate springs were utilized with Koni safeguards and were acclimated to about double the solidness of stock Diablo SV suspension. With all adjustments, the SV-R weighed 1,385 kg (3,053 lb), 191 kg (421 lb) not as much as the plant SV.
Under the motor top, the conventional 5.7 liter V12 remained, however was helped to 540 PS (397 kW; 533 hp) and 598 N⋅m (441 lb⋅ft) by methods for a reexamined fuel framework and variable valve timing, which would later show up on generation Diablos. The motor was rushed up to a 6-speed manual transmission. Each auto sold accompanied a season's plant bolster and a section to the one-make arrangement. All repairs and upkeep were completed by Lamborghini themselves.
A Lamborghini Diablo SV-R changed over for street utilize
The arrangement's first title victor was BPR customary, Thomas Bscher, who wound up included with the business side of the brand in later years. Altogether, 31 models of the SV-R were produced. Only a couple of these have been changed for street utilize, incorporating one in the United States which got a Diablo VT 6.0 front clasp and was painted with the Stars and Stripes.
Lamborghini Diablo GT2 Evoluzione in plain view at the Lamborghini Museum
Lamborghini Diablo GT2 Evoluzione (raise)
Following the accomplishment of the Diablo SV-R, Lamborghini chose to enter the Diablo in GT2 class dashing. Basically due to a fizzled endeavor in 1996 to enter the popular GT1 class with the Diablo GT1 Stradale. Another auto was created dependent on the Diablo SV which later turned into the reason for the scandalous Diablo GT and the Diablo GTR, the auto was known as the Diablo GT2 and it included a detuned variation of the 6.0 L V12 motor utilized in the Diablo GT1 Stradale fit for delivering around 600 hp (608 PS; 447 kW). The inside was deprived all things considered and included a hustling directing wheel with incorporated computerized speedometer, fire douser framework, dashing cut off switch, removable motor cover with snappy discharge framework, plexiglass windows with sliding areas, coordinated move confine, quick filling energy unit framework rather than the ordinary fuel tank, focus bolt haggles expansive CFRP settled back wing. Numerous highlights of the auto were completed to the Diablo GT alongside later Lamborghini models, for example, the colossal air admission at the front, removable motor spreads, focal double fumes framework and the motor itself, which was detuned for street use. The undertaking was rejected when Audi assumed control over the organization. The auto was given a refresh at some point in 2002 and was known as the Diablo GT2 Evoluzione which included distinctive front and back guards, raise wing from the Diablo GTR and an adjusted air consumption framework for the motor, yet the auto never went dashing.