Lamborghini knows the secret of the market- nostalgia sells it. It was a matter of time when the old Countach will have a new version- and now there is it.
The Countach LPI 800-4’s design inspiration comes from a car that first went on sale in the disco era, but its powertrain embraces thoroughly modern technology. Credit the car’s 34-hp electric motor that’s mounted directly to the Countach LPI 800-4’s seven-speed automated manual gearbox, which itself mates to a rowdy 769 hp 6.5-liter V-12 engine.
Lamborghini plans to limit production of the Countach LPI 800-4 to 112 units (an ode to the original Countach’s internal project name, LP 112), with deliveries due to begin in early 2022. Although the model’s pricing remains under wraps, its cost of entry likely comes close to that of the rarer, but mechanically similar, Sián FKP 37 coupe, all 15 of which stickered for $2,640,000 each.
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