The Lamborghini Pregunta was the result of a partnership with the Italian branch of the French Carrosserie Heuliez in 1998. It’s based on a modified Lamborghini Diablo chassis, running rear-wheel-drive (instead of the Diablo’s four-wheel-drive system) and is powered by a 530bhp V12 engine; good for a top speed of 207mph. Continue reading for a video of it racing a fighter jet and more information.
According to Top Gear, “…it’s all about the show with this car, and as such, it comes with a typically concept-car body, replete with two �half-roofs’ made from transparent polycarbonate to allow the noise of that V12 to bludgeon your ears into submission. Oh, and the paintjob? The same paint used on the Dassault Rafale jet fighter. There’s also a “combat jet-derived” cockpit, fully electronic F1-style Marelli instruments, internal fibre optic lightning, a rear-view camera that replaces the mirrors, and even a GPS system.