It looks like a proper modern interpretation of the original classic.
Will be powered by an 800-horsepower MHEV V12.
Only 112 will be produced.
This year’s edition of the Monterey Car Week at Pebble Beach is shaping up to be one that will be remembered. Among the many new cars that will be presented and on hand, the new Lamborghini Countach will undoubtedly be one of the show’s stars.
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Lamborghini has teased a few images of the new Countach over the last week and these are the first full pictures of the revived legend. The pictures shared on Instagram show a sleek low-slung supercar that is immediately recognizable as a Lambo and, more importantly, a Countach.
The reborn Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4’s profile is unmistakable and features the classic side air intakes that run into the doors. The rear is equally well-done with its narrow windowed surface which leads into the familiar pinched upper portion that holds the taillights.
Perhaps the only “failing” is that this Countach does not have pop-up headlights, not that it could. Their absence makes the still-exciting front fascia seem more Diablo than Countach. Overall, the revived Lambo legend looks spectacular.
Only 112 units will be assembled at a yet-to-be-disclosed price. Behind the cabin lies a V12 engine that, with 48-volt mild-hybrid technology, will produce 800 horsepower.