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It is now official that Lamborghini has revived the Countach nameplate from the 1970s and 1980s. With the last roar from the Lamborghini Aventador, it is imminent that Lamborghini's next flagship supercar is just around the corner.
The Countach is a legendary car that Lamborghini once produced. It was produced between 1974 and 1990 and was designed by the legendary Italian design house Bertone. So, naturally when it was launched, it immediately became an iconic design that left behind everything else in that period.
It was powered by a big V12 engine that produced lots of power and gave the supercar explosive performance. We can go on and on about the older Countach, but there is more exciting news thanks to the new Countach. Yes, Lamborghini has revived the iconic name for a new, thoroughly modern supercar. The brand teased the upcoming Countach with an image of the car under wraps.
From the revealed silhouette, it does look like Lamborghini has given the new Countach, the very same famous ‘Wedge' design. However, the famous big rear wing from the original Countach is missing.
We do know that the next flagship supercar from Lamborghini will be a hybrid. But we do not know what it will come with or how it looks. When it comes to flagship supercars, the folks at Lamborghini like to take their own time.
Just for an instance, Lamborghini has created just four flagship supercars in the last 47 years: The Countach, Diablo, Murcielago, and Aventador. Now, the brand has revealed the Countach name. However, Lamborghini is being tight-lipped on whether the new Countach will be the Italian marque's next flagship supercar or a limited-run model.
We expect Lamborghini to utilise the existing powertrain from the limited-run model, the Sian to power the upcoming Countach. Also, we do expect a slight jump in overall power figures from the existing 810bhp. However, expect the performance to be largely similar with a top speed of around 350km/h.
Thoughts On Lamborghini Revealing The Countach Name For Its Upcoming Supercar
The upcoming Lamborghini Countach will either be with us for the next ten years or if it is a limited-run model, we can see the direction Lamborghini will be taking for its next flagship supercar. Either way, we're glad that the Countach is back.