The Zagato Raptor debuted at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show with the intention of bridging the gap between the Lamborghini Diablo and the then-upcoming Canto. Neither the Raptor or the Canto were produced and became one-off rarities. Built on the Diablo VT's space-frame chassis, all-wheel-drive, and 5.7-liter V12, the Raptor weighed nearly 700 pounds less thanks to carbon fiber bodywork and the performance figures showed it — 0-60 came in less than four seconds and the top speed was north of 200 MPH. Zagoto completed the project in less than four months, thanks to computer-aided design. The Raptor featured a futuristic look and features like a rear-hinged engine bay and a passenger compartment that was accessed by the entire top swinging forward instead of traditional doors. With only one ever made, the Zagato Raptor is a one-of-one Italian supercar with some of the most interesting features you'll find anywhere.