Unfortunately, there is little to see in the attached photo. We see a wedge-shaped supercar - which could also be a Lamborghini Aventador - under a cloth. The name of the car gives away the most. Lamborghini Countach LPi 800-4 means 800 hp and four-wheel drive, with power probably coming from a naturally aspirated V12 with mild hybrid system.
The limited Lamborghini Sian FKP 37, for example, has a 6.5-liter twelve-cylinder with electric support and comes to an output of 819 hp. It is the same powertrain that is in the Lamborghini Countach LPi 800-4. We don't have to wait long for the final specs. The Countach will be unveiled this week during Monterey Car Week.
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The original Lamborghini Countach was presented as a study model at the Geneva Motor Show in 1971. The angular supercoupé designed by Marcello Gandini went into production three years later. Lamborghini chose the Piedmontese word 'countach' for its name, which means something like 'my god!'
Finally, the Lamborghini Countach was not retired until 1990. The last versions were almost unrecognizably different from the minimalist original model, with wheel arch extensions, a huge rear spoiler and an aggressive-looking body kit. Together with the Ferrari Testarossa, the Lamborghini Countach was the poster hero of the eighties.
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