First introduced in 1971 at the Geneva Motor Show, the design of what will become the Lamborghini Countach was very well received by the enthusiasts and motoring press. Produced from 1974 to 1990, the model became an icon among the sports cars of the era, in all its variants. In 1982, Lamborghini introduced the third variant of the Countach, known as the LP 500 S or LP 5000 S on the American market. Fitted with an enlarged 4.8-liter engine, the car was similar in other aspects to the LP 400 Sits predecessor. The engine was bolted to a five-speed gearbox located in front of the engine, which gave the car a good weight distribution. High-speed stability was improved thanks to an optional V-shape wing that most buyers ordered.
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