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Supercars are the greatest arms race on four wheels. Automakers engineer vehicles that enthusiasts can drool over and drivers can shred tires with. But brands like Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porsche have always kept a close eye on designs. Enthusiasts looking to get a better look at what's underneath a supercar's body will get a kick out of these four pictures of some of the most advanced supercars from the 1980s.
What we have here are the underpinnings of a 1986 Lamborghini Countach, 1986 Porsche 959, 1989 Ferrari F40 and 1985 Ferrari Testarossa. These cars were engineered with some of the most advanced technology available at the time and you can see it all in these pictures. Technology found in these supercars include a four-valve V12, adaptive suspension, water-cooled heads, carbon-Kevlar body and much more special magic. Take a second to enjoy these photos and marvel at the technological underpinnings of some of the greatest supercars ever made.