– Built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Countach concept that appeared at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show.
– Just 112 units will be built and sold, with prices starting at $3.24 million in Australia.
– Based on the Aventador, however each body panel is unique to the special edition.
– Uses Lamborghini’s familiar 6.5-litre V12, with outputs of 780hp (574kW) and 720Nm of torque.
– Also uses the 48-volt hybrid supercapacitor technology that debuted two years ago in the limited edition Sian, adding a further 25kW.
– Combined total power output of 814hp (599kW), with power sent to all four wheels.
– Sends power through a seven-speed single clutch automatic transmission.
– The supercar weighs 1595kg and accelerates from 0-100km/h in 2.8 seconds. Top speed is 355km/h.
– Distinct wedge shape of its ancestor and slit like headlights.
– Large triangular NACA air intakes integrated into the doors and rear fenders are features as well as prominent air scoops on the side of the car.
– The rear has distinctive three-unit light clusters housed within hexagonal shaped cut-outs.
– Four large round exhausts exit the lower rear fascia.
– ‘Telephone’ style wheels (20-inch front and 21-inch rear) wrapped with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres. Carbon ceramic brake discs also feature.
– Available in a host of solid colours including Impact White, Verde Medio and flat Giallo.
– A photochromatic roof that changes from solid to transparent at the push of a button.
– The interior will be available in four configurations, unicolour or bicolour.