New Lamborghini Countach hybrid supercar confirmed

Staff Writer

In the shocking announcement, Lamborghini It has been confirmed that it will restore the sacred Countach nameplate for the new supercar.

  • May be a limited edition model
  • Based on Xi’an Supercar
  • Uses 810 horsepower, 6.5 liter V12 with super capacitor

New Lamborghini Countach: What do we know?

This will be the second Two models confirmed to debut in 2021 Written by CEO Stefan Winkelmann earlier this year. In addition to previewing its eye-catching wedge-shaped profile, Sant’Agata did not confirm any other information about the new model, which has apparently been influenced by Marcello Gandini’s original design for Countach. Interestingly, the company seems to have taken inspiration from the earlier LP400-generation Countach, which does not have the weird rear wing associated with later models.

It is expected that Countach’s styling influence will extend to straighter and clearer body lines, reshaped lighting at both ends, and various nods to the 50-year-old legend’s defining design cues. For example, there may be open side air intakes, concave wheel designs and even two-piece side windows.

After talking with Winkelmann specifically, our sister publication OurUK learned that Countach will be a limited edition special edition of Sián and Ultimae. Importantly, it will be the last Lamborghini to use supercapacitor technology. Winkelmann said: “In our view, supercapacitors are a bridge technology that cannot meet our future needs to reduce emissions.”

So far, Lamborghini has been tight-lipped about when we will see the Countach, saying: “The future is our legacy. The new Lamborghini Countach is coming soon.” The two upcoming auto events are the Munich Auto Show in September and California before. State Monterey Automobile Week. The latter seems more likely to be the venue for launching a highly unique supercar.

New Lamborghini Countach: Powertrain

The reborn Countach will largely adopt its power system Xi’an supercar, The company’s 6.5-liter V12 engine is used in conjunction with supercapacitors to increase acceleration and reduce emissions.

Given that we know that it will fundamentally share Sián’s power system, the total output will be around 810hp, which means that it is likely to be very close to Sián in terms of straight-line speed-0-100kph reaches the highest in less than three seconds The speed is close to 354kph.

Lamborghini Aventador successor: details

Countach will follow in 2023 The long-awaited successor To Lamborghini Aventador supercar The flagship, it will retain its V12 engine, but as the company accelerates its transition to electrification, it will use plug-in hybrid power.

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