It took Lamborghini less than three days to sell the entire edition of the revived Countach LPI 800-4, reports Top Gear. The starting price of more than two million euros did not frighten collectors: by the evening of August 16, all 112 coupes were reserved. Interest in the new product does not subside: two days ago, a Japanese dealer of the brand published an announcement about the sale of a production slot, and for the right to be in the queue, you will probably have to pay extra.
Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 is an example of the reincarnation of a classic coupe on a modern chassis. The designers tried to achieve similarity of the carbon body both with the initial prototype LP 400 S and with the serial LP 500 two-doors.
The project was based on the Sian FKP 37 superhybrid: a remake of the Countach inherited the interior, chassis and power plant, consisting of an atmospheric V12 6.5, a supercapacitor and a 7-speed “robot”. The peak power of the system is 814 horsepower, so in terms of dynamics the Countach LPI 800-4 is not inferior to the Aventador SVJ or the Sian FKP 37.
The estimated starting price for the Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 is two million euros excluding taxes. This means that the new product is more than six times more expensive than a regular Aventador S.
It seems that exclusive supercars will not go to everyone, but at least one slot is still free – the right to buy the revived Countach is being sold by a Japanese Lamborghini dealer.