First Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 Is Ready For Its Owner

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What a beauty.

The Lamborghini Countach was reimagined for the 21st century last year. Revealed with 802 horsepower, retro looks, and a price tag that brings a tear to the eye, it became an instant classic. Sure, not everyone likes it and sure, its reinterpretation of the original's styling cues may be a little odd, but with just 112 being produced, it's sure to command sky-high prices at auctions in the future. But a future sale is probably the last thing on one owner's mind, as the very first private example of the Countach has been spied leaving the factory as it prepares to be delivered to its lucky custodian.


We have no idea who has commissioned this example or what details may have been specified, but it appears that the example you see above has been finished in the same red-over-white color scheme as the model we saw at Goodwood and in press photos following the limited-edition supercar's reveal in August last year. The only obvious difference is the choice of wheels, with the ones seen in the video (likely Aventador wheels) possibly only being fitted for delivery duties and testing to avoid paint chips and road rash scratches before the car gets signed off on and heads to its new owner.

We expect to see orange, yellow, and red examples, along with others at some point, as Lamborghini says that many of the 2022 Countach's buyers already owned the original, and "most couldn't resist the temptation to configure it the same way."

Admittedly, white was also a popular color on the original Countach, but you can be sure that there will be some creative and imaginative buyers with Lamborghini on speed dial that have decided to be a little more adventurous. Hopefully, we'll get to see some of these combinations in a setting other than on an auction block in a couple of years.

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