The last of the limited, special-edition Lamborghini Diablo built to mark the model's demise will be auctioned off by Barrett-Jackson on its 41st annual Scottsdale Auction this January.
The special edition Diablo is the 40th of only 40 individually-numbered 6.0-liter Diablo VT SE made by Lamborghini to mark the end of the model's production line in 2001.
On top of being the last Diablo to roll out of the production line in Lamborghini's Sant'Agata Bolognese plant in its home country of Italy, this specific car has "just 12 original miles" (less than 20 kilometers) on its odometer. This means it's practically brand new "right down to the original plastic covers on the seats."
Meticulously maintained by its unidentified owner, the Diablo is reportedly maintained and stored "in the large, climate-controlled collection of a West Coast enthusiast."
The special edition Diablo VT SE comes in two exclusive colors at 20 each for the total 40-unit run: Marrone Eklipsis (Sunset Maroon), like the car on auction, and Oro Elios (Sunrise Gold).
Additional features for the special-edition Diablo include titanium threads in the carbon-fiber weave for the body and trim, rear spoiler, Alpine premium DVD navigation audio system, exclusive two-tone all-leather interior and titanium interior trim.