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2021 Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 revealed. The brand says that with the new Countach or LPI 800-4, they have recreated an icon. This is to represent the design that has been thoroughly refreshed and has become modern, the new car has been re-created to represent what the Countach would have looked like.

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For the Countach itself, it has been said that the designers have used plenty of new bits, especially towards the rear of the car. The placement of the headlights and the sculpting on the bonnet are some bits that are taken from the original. The front wheel arch and the plunging window line have been evolved, like the Diablo, and the designers have also evolved the iconic NACA ducts, as well as the big rectangular fighter-jet-like intakes on the roof. Whereas, at the rear, there are the flat two-dimensional tail has been replaced with something more angular.

As for the powertrain, it comes with the 6.5-liter, V12 engine, though with a supercapacitor for enhanced acceleration and lower emissions. The V12 on its own makes 780hp while the electric motor develops 34hp. It is also combined with the hybrid V12 that puts out 800hp, which is sent to all four wheels via a permanent all-wheel-drive system. The brand claims that it can do the 0-100kph sprint in just 2.8sec, go from 0-200kph in 8.6sec, and then on to a top speed of 355kph.

Commenting on the powertrain chief technical officer Maurizio Reggiani said, “We have 780hp against 770hp that we have in the Sian. In terms of hardware, the supercapacitor in the electric motor is the same, and 48V is able to provide 34hp. But the difference between Sian and Countach is in the application, here we have tried to give much more emphasis on the strong delivery of torque.”

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