The Lamborghini Countach model was first introduced at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show as a concept car. The design was so popular that the manufacturer decided to make a production sports car. Penned by Bertone, the Countach features angular lines and the iconic scissor doors. Fitted with a 4.8-liter V12 fed by six double carburetors, the 1984 Lamborghini Countachalso known as LP 500 S or LP 5000 Swas a ferocious beast with a power output of 375 hp. Top speed was reported as 164 mph and 0-to-60 mph acceleration in 5.6 seconds. Although the 1984 model was heavier than its predecessors, it was much faster and outsold its predecessors in only two years. The interior was similar to previous versions of the Countach but features more luxurious lining for the inner door and added stitching.
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