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Lamborghini Countach
The 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero concept car served as the first
example of the look to the general public. At the 1971 Geneva
Motor Show, the Countach prototype made its debut as the
Lamborghini LP500 concept. In 2021, the Sián-based, limitedproduction hybrid-electric variant known as the Countach LPI
800-4 was introduced, reusing the "Countach" brand. The Lamborghini Countach is a sports car with a rear midengine and rear-wheel drive that was made by the Italian
automaker Lamborghini between 1974 and 1990. The Italian
design firm Bertone, which invented and made popular the
acutely angled "Italian Wedge" shape, created this as one of its
numerous unique designs.
There is no denying that this vehicle belongs to a bad lad.
People with common sense back off a few paces when you
emerge from the cockpit and place two feet on the surface of
the planet. At the time of its introduction, the Lamborghini
Countach had that effect on individuals. It is unquestionably a
beautiful car that attracts attention.
However, styling was just part of the tale. The throbbing heart
of a monster, a 3929cc twelve-cylinder engine delivering over
370bhp, pounded beneath that angular, lairy exterior. Only 158
examples of the Countach's original LP400 iteration, which
debuted in 1974, were built. The LP500S was introduced in
1982. Although the engine was changed for a more potent 4.8-
litre engine, the bodywork stayed the same.
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