Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4. PHOTO / IS
As reported by Casrcoops, Despite using the Aventador base, the Countach LPI 800-4 has several distinctive features, such as an example of an all-new body panel made of carbon fiber, as well as modern technology borrowed from the Sian FKP 37 model. READ ALSO – Proven Effective, These Three Covid-19 Drugs Will Be Tested by WHO
However, the design is reminiscent of the many supercar models that used to hang on the walls of the room, ranging from the trapezoid-shaped lamp unit, snub nose and square air inlets followed by square wheel arcs that house retro 20 or 21-inch rims wrapped in Pirelli P tires. Zero Corsa.
At the rear, the taillight unit is borrowed from the Sian model, followed by the installation of a carbon fiber diffuser that houses the quad exhaust tips, as well as the absence of a permanent rear wing, most likely this Countach has active aerodynamic features. system.
The Countach LPI 800-4 shares the same V12 hybrid power train as the Sian, where a 769 hp 6.5 liter longitudinally positioned (LP) V12 engine is coupled to a 48 Volt electric motor that produces an additional 34 hp housed in a seven-wheel automatic manual gearbox. speed.
in total, Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 capable of producing 803 horsepower driving all four wheels (note the name 800-4?), and acceleration from 0-100 km/h can be completed in just 2.8 seconds.
While the 0-200 km/h acceleration is about 8.6 seconds before reaching a top speed of 355 km/h, making it on par with the Sian FKP 37 and Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae models.
The Countach’s cabin has the steering wheel and seats from the Aventador model, but parts such as the dashboard, door panels and center console are from the Sian model.
To make this Countach model come with a distinctive design, Lamborghini engineers have designed new air conditioning ducts, as well as the addition of a distinct leather trim in the center tunnel, followed by an all-new 8.4-inch touchscreen.
Production Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 it is limited to just 112 units, with first deliveries slated for the first quarter of 2022.