Lamborghini is building 112 units of the Countach and if you recall, one of the first customer cars was spotted outside the factory in January this year. We believe it could be the same Countach that now resides in Germany. As you can see, it is finished in the launch spec.
The modern incarnation of the Countach was unveiled at Pebble Beach in 2021. The special celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic model. The car features a distinctive wedge shape with rectangular headlamps, triple-pod tail lamps and quad exhausts.
The Countach LPI 800-4 is powered by the same hybrid powertrain as the Sian FKP37. It uses a 6.5-liter V12 engine mated to a hybrid system that uses a supercapacitor instead of a conventional lithium-ion battery. Thanks to a combined output of 814 hp, the Countach can sprint from 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds and will reach a top speed of 220 mph.