From 1975 to 1978, the first generation of Lamborghini Countach was built, also known as the LP 400. LP stands for Longitudinale Posteriore, in reference to the engine position. The 4-liter V12 produced an output of 375 hp and was linked to a five-speed gearbox located ahead of the unit. For ten years, the LP 400 was Lamborghini’s fastest model, until the introduction of the LP 500 S, equipped with a significantly more powerful unit. The design was signed by Bertone and the striking looks, angular lines and scissor doors made the Countach an icon among the 1970s sports cars. 158 units of the Lamborghini LP 400 were built during its production run, making it the rarest variant of the Countach models.
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