The Lamborghini Countach was the successor to the iconic Miura and was no less of a success. Based on a shorter wheelbase than its predecessor, the Countach was also penned by Marcello Gandini, featuring angular and futuristic lines instead of the luscious curves of the Miura. In 1986, Lamborghini introduced the third generation of Countach, known as the LP 5000 QV. Built in 610 units between 1985 and 1988, the QV boasted a 5.2-liter engine capable of 455 hp with four valves. The American model was made smog-legal in 1986 with a fuel injection system. The front tires became a little larger on the QV model and the suspension was altered to suit. The car came with much needed air-conditioning and rubber bumpers were installed on the US model for safety regulations.
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