An abandoned example of a rare Lamborghini Countach has been spotted recently in India and the image posted above may just be too much for the average petrol head.
Owning a Lamborghini Countach would be like a dream come true for most people but it seems that nobody feels the same when it comes to the classic Italian supercar. The image posted above is clearly showing us that the model in question has had a tough life and it looks like it hasn’t been moved from that spot for quite a few years now. We’re not really sure how the vehicle ended up looking like this so if you happen to know more about the subject, please feel free to share.
The Lamborghini Countach has been a mid-engined supercar produced in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, between 1974 and 1990. This was put together in just 2,049 units and it was offered with a two-door body style and with a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The prototype has been shown at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show and it was styled by Marcello Gandini, from the Bertone design studio, the same designer and studio who created the Miura. The Countach LP400 came with a 3,929cc engine with 370 HP (276 kW) and this original model has become a collectable in the recent years as a 1975 one has been sold for almost 1m GBP, at Bonhams. The 25th Anniversary Countach was designed by Horacio Pagani and it was offered between 1988 and 1990, in just 658 units.