The Lamborghini Countach, one of the most recognized names in the super car history, was first presented to the world in the 1971 Geneva Motor Show as a pointed piece of pure design. Whether it is a design concept, in fact, that re-opened in Geneva in 1973 with a form close to the more viable. The first street cable car was delivered in 1974 with the appointment LP 400, 4-liter V12 mounted behind.
The LP400 stuck around 1972-1978, and was followed by the LP400S, with wider tires, wheel, and a rear spoiler in the form of V that adds stability, but sacrifices some speed. The Countach LP500S has the 5-liter V12 Lamborghini story had wanted to use a decade earlier. With the new emissions standards, however, was still 375 hp power, torque is increased and although mph decreased 0-60 times.
Lamborghini Countach Engine
The show Countach car had arrived on the scene with a monster 5-liter engine. The gearbox was mounted between the seats, and high engine placement behind the cab. Cool the engine requires the addition of distinct conduits on the sides of the car.
Lamborghini Countach Design
Countach taillights might seem familiar. Despite not using LED technology, its shape is very similar to the forms used in modern Lamborghinis, as the Gallardo and Murcielago. The chassis was one of the lowest available, with legs apart and aggressive body styles.
Lamborghini Countach Interior
Although the car is large, the spatial structure of the body hangs up much space. Open a scissor door and see the great tradition that has to pass over to enter. This means that the interior is snug but not uncomfortable. The seats, which are bolted to the ground, are wrapped in leather and fine materials used throughout the cabin.
- Engine: 4 liter V12
- Horsepower: 375 hp
- Torque 268 lb.-ft.
- Top speed: 160 mph (est.)
- 0-60 mph: 6 seconds (est.)