Named as an homage to Bob Wallace's Miura Jota, the Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota was not a car, as much as a factory kit. The Jota kit was designed to make SE30s into full on racing machines. A total number of 28 kits were produced, with some being sent to dealers across the world to install on customer cars. Jota cars are visually very similar to SE30 cars, with only a redesigned engine cover and small Jota badging on the rear. Most of the differences of the Jota kit were under the hood, with a lightened crankshaft, updated camshafts, and a reprogrammed ECU. These changes were coupled with an open exhaust system to increase power to just below 600hp. Jota kit fitted cars were intended for the track, especially as the open exhaust made them too loud to legally be on the streets in most countries. These Jota converted SE30s were raw and often a handful to drive, but their rarity and pedigree make them some of the most desirable Diablos on the road.
Q: How many Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jotas were produced?
A: The total number of Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jotas produced was 28.
Q: What years was the Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota sold?
A: The Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota was sold for model years 1993 to 1996.