Lamborghini is bringing again the Countach … for actual this time.

Lamborghini has built a replica of the original Countach LP 500 concept car to celebrate the model's 50th anniversary.

Lamborghini has constructed a reproduction of the unique Countach LP 500 idea automotive to rejoice the mannequin’s fiftieth anniversary.

Just weeks after resurrecting the identify on an all-new restricted version mannequin to rejoice its fiftieth anniversary, the Italian model has unveiled a picture-prefect recreation of the unique Countach LP 500 idea automotive that debuted on the Geneva Auto Show in 1971 and was destroyed in 1974 throughout crash testing for improvement of the manufacturing mannequin.

Nothing from the unique remained, together with the 1:1 scale mannequin used throughout its design, so the automaker needed to depend on drawings, notes and interviews with individuals concerned with the undertaking.


It went to the difficulty of mimicking the unique hand-built strategies and each scavenged and recreated Lamborghini elements from the period for its mechanical methods.

Pirelli was even enlisted to fabricate a set of tires that replicate the look of the unique Cinturato CN12s that have been on the idea, however with fashionable building.


PPG additionally dug into its archives to convey again the Giallo Fly Speciale yellow paint.

The fully-functional automotive was commissioned in secret in 2017 by an “important Lamborghini customer” and took 25,000 hours of labor to finish by the Lamborghini Polo Storico restoration group.

The original Countach LP 500, seen in this historic photo, was destroyed during crash testing in 1974.

The unique Countach LP 500, seen on this historic photograph, was destroyed throughout crash testing in 1974.

The worth paid for the automotive has not been launched, however was absolutely greater than the $2.5 million that was paid for every of the 2022 Countach build slots, which were reportedly sold out earlier than it was even revealed to the general public on the Monterey Car Week in August.