I quoted myself…..twiceI have NOT seen any credible sources that suggest this build.
you would think, the recreation of the most iconic car ever built would get some press.
You would think that other Lamborghini forums would be reporting this........and NADA
I wil believe it when I see it
Hate to be the negative nelly, very very doubtful.
Tells us how you feelThis is laughable and atrocious nonsense. A rebodied Aventador can only be that, regardless of how advanced the esthetics. The Countach was a rarified true brutal iconic breakthrough design by the all time master. Ghandini. All others bowed down to its sublime and spectacular magnificence, even the translation of its name, which you should know…
The perfect one word nomenclature. I love the factory making huge profits to bring us more 12 cylinder animals; and thank fanboys for buying the limited production units…
However…this will never be an icon or anything else to be coveted like the true classic Countach. Look at the rising value of by manual transmission classics around the world…hell, we call them millennial anti theft devices! The younger fanboys have not the foggiest clue. Ferruvii carved a singular niche…. brutality required. A too civil machine is not a Lamborghini.
Like the truly ugly Murcielago, it is an AUDIGHINI!
No soul, like the URUS soccer mom mess. UGLY..
It pales before the brutal and rugged original sublime LMOO2. I do however like the profit reality of the URUS so I want the factory to have massive success!
more brutal 12 cylinders for us!
The only possible fashion in which this Audighini nonsense could be a smash success in the true forever iconic classical Countach vein is to give a clean sheet of paper ( CAD software) to the master.
The greatest designer of all time…
Mr Ghandini: I am fully prepared as ambassador to broker this commission with the factory…
All bow down.
269,990 back in 2017Just curious. Does anyone have a WAG what this Countach went for?
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