Priced at approximately $2.64 million USD each, substantially more than the Aventador S’ $400,000 USD price tag, many wealthy collectors were drawn to the supercar‘s 50th-anniversary status and relatively low production numbers. Packing the same 780hp 6.5-liter V12 + 34hp electric motor setup as the Sián FKP 37, the AWD Countach LPI 800-4 is roughly 23 percent more than the Sián. While many could argue exclusivity for the all-new Countach, at 112 examples, the Sián beats the Countach in this aspect as there were only 63 made.
There’s just something about the Countach that continues to drive the automotive world crazy. It’s a supercar name that’s existed through numerous generations, and the fact that the 2022 version helped net Lamborghini $295,680,000 USD in under a week, is proof that the name will continue to bring excitement for generations to come.
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