This design aspect brings us to Brian Monaco, who determined that Lamborghini’s all-new Countach appears higher with a rear wing and some different stylistic modifications. The period-correct wheels give the V12-engined supercar a really totally different visible identification from the manufacturing mannequin whereas the redesigned taillights, rear bumper, and louvers full the makeover.
Some of the attention-grabbing components of the rendering is the small air channel that exits from the middle of the rear wing, a private interpretation of the Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva system from the Aventador SVJ. As a result of the all-new Countach integrates a 48-volt electrical motor and a supercapacitor as a substitute of a standard battery, it’s additionally value mentioning that it cranks out extra horsepower and torque than the track-focused mannequin.
The Volkswagen Group-owned automaker quotes 803 horsepower (814 PS) and 557 pound-feet (755 Nm) of torque, that are very respectable numbers for a automobile this outdated. Living proof: the automated guide that is clearly worse than the Huracan’s DCT. Oh, and by the best way, what Lamborghini calls the Countach is a mix of the Aventador S as the idea of the car, Sian FKP 37 for the hybrid stuff, and Squadra Corse SC20 for the taillights.
Restricted to 112 items worldwide, the Countach is the ultimate incarnation of the 10-year-old Lamborghini Aventador. A yet-to-be-named alternative is coming in 2022 with a brand new V12 (naturally aspirated) and plug-in hybrid help that’s anticipated to incorporate an electrically-powered entrance axle.