I am sure Ronda, Spain, is better looking than this, so show us your car photos to liven the place up a bit. Lamborghini Diablo GT Ronda by Metalsun1, on Flickr By tradition, Lamborghini, names its cars by the name of famous fighting bulls. In this case, the car’s model name is in honor of a bull who fought and died after many hours in the ring at the sword of the “matador” José Lara "Chicorro" Jiménez in 1869. The bull was a breed from the stables of the Duke of Veragua in Spain. The name, “Diablo”, spanish for the Devil. Ronda, Spain, was a calm and peaceful place. Until, Kaz came by with his GT6 crew and the whole place went to hell with this devil!