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The Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 Does Look Better On The Road (Video + Gallery) | Carscoops carscoops

The limited-production supercar hit the road for the first time accompanied by the Countach LP 400 and the Countach 25th Anniversary

Countach LPI 800-4 ‘s first outing on public roads.25th Anniversary model.Read our review Back to top It's the"only mild-hybrid technology to create a direct connection between electric motor and wheels", according to Lamborghini, and is used to smooth out the acceleration curve, provide a subtle power boost at the driver's discretion and motive assistance in low-speed manoeuvres.Sant’Agata Bolognese.

The limited-production supercar was joined by two of its predecessors and main sources of inspiration – the original Countach LP 400 and the last example of the Countach 25th Anniversary that came off the Sant’Agata factory.Last month, Lamborghini showed us images of the LPI 800-4 with the unique Countach LP500 Reconstruction but this is the first time we see the supercar in dynamic shots.It's based on the Aventador but uses a hybrid powertrain similar to the one in the Sian FKP 37 supercar of 2019.The choice of the classics was not random since they represent the two opposite ends of the Countach design spectrum with equal influence in the styling of the modern reinterpretation.The front end is where the most obvious changes have been made, with the Aventador's aggressive visage making way for a cleaner, less cluttered look with simple, near-rectangular headlights and a clearly defined bonnet.The original 1974 Countach LP400 has the simplest form, while the final 1988 Countach 25th Anniversary adopts extensive aero components.In both cases, a small electric motor integrated with the transmission provides a boost to Lamborghini's familiar 6.Read Also: Most Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 Buyers Already Own An Original Countach The photos were taken in the Italian countryside which looks like the ideal scenery to experience the driving characteristics of the hybrid raging bull.That’s the same sort of high-tech digital acquisition technique used by museums.

Mind you, the supercar that is based on the Aventador’s carbon-fiber monocoque chassis is fitted with a naturally aspirated 6.The electric motor only aids the engine at speeds up to 81 mph.Advertisement Back to top There's a more subtle historical reference up top: a clearly defined recess running the length of the roof is a nod to the innovative 'periscopa' rear-view mirror that was fitted to early Countach models.5-liter V12, a 48-Volt electric motor mounted in the automatic gearbox, and a supercapacitor.The combined power output is 803 hp (599 kW / 814 PS), allowing for a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration in 2.8 seconds, 0-124 mph in 8.8 seconds, 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph) in 8.Inside, meanwhile, geometric stitching pays tribute to the angular original car, but the Countach is still closely related to the Aventador, with modern accoutrements including an 8.6 seconds and a top speed of 355 km/h (221 mph).The 0-62 mph time is identical to the non-hybrid coupe, Lambo's last non-electrified V-12 road car.

All of the 112 units of the LPI 800-4 had been sold out prior to the unveiling for $2.64 million each, making it significantly more expensive than the Aventador but cheaper than the $3.The material is left exposed in certain areas, but a range of heritage paint options are available, including the Bianco Siderale seen here, Verde Medio and Bronzo Zante.7 million Sián FKP 37 sibling.Deliveries will start from the first quarter of 2022 so it won’t be long before we start seeing the modern Countach in supercar meetings and exhibitions all over the world, although a large portion of the owners will likely treat them as garage queens.PHOTO GALLERY.It made people smile and stare, but its infamous recognisability demonstrates the purity of its design legacy.

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