If u had to name one and only one car that fits the undefined criteria of what a supercar is, you would have to choose the LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH, guys.
Its polygonal wedge-shaped design looked positively Martian 👽 when the car began production in 1974—it's hard to believe that this car arrived the year after the original Ford Mustang went out of production and coexisted with cars like the Chevy Chevette.
The Countach was produced with a choice of three V-12 engine—the 3.9-liter version available in the LP400 models, the 4.8-liter example from the LP500, and the 5.2-liter power plant from the line-topping 5000 QV and 25th Anniversary models.
Last but not least, that CLASSY red leather interior and the scissor doors that made the vehicle one of the most iconic autos ever made.
The 80s are givin’ a night call and it is not to tell you how it feels, they just want their rare and highly sought-after car back.
The kind of person who can afford a Countach today is not the type to worry about the cost of buying modern tires on which to drive, tho 💸💸.
We hope the car gets driven instead of existing forever as a garage queen.