The 25th anniversary Lamborghini Countach, the final production year of the poster supercar. The ending of what became the new standard. Lamborghini first unveiled the Countach at the Geneva Motor Show in 1971. Lamborghini wanted to make a splash with their new automobile. After all, the Countach was going to be the successor to the Miura, the first true supercar. A step backwards was not an option. The original design was conceived by Marcello Gandini of the Italian design company Bertone and shocked the world from first glance onwards.
By 1990, the Countach was well over a decade old, yet visually conveyed a sense of the future. A standout design encompassing all of automotive history. The Countach was the first production vehicle that used scissor doors. Longevity is special for any vehicle, but it is exceptional for a supercar. This was done by upgrading the models year after year and building off the previous model since 1971. The Countach did not gain the well respected reputation it has today by simply looking like the car of tomorrow; the performance dictated the design. The design of the Countach had gone through some changes over its 25 year run. The 25th Anniversary Countach featured a design change courtesy of Horatio Pagani, who later founded Pagani Automobili in 1992. This specific Countach has only driven 135 original kilometres. Built in June 1990, this Countach was one of the last 20 to ever be built.
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