The Lamborghini Countach is a mid-engined sports car produced by Lamborghini, an Italian sports car manufacturer. It was introduced in 1974 and was in production until 1990, making it one of the longest-produced models in Lamborghini's history.
The Countach is named after a type of Piedmontese slang that is used to express amazement or admiration. It is powered by a V12 engine and has a top speed of 290 km/h (180 mph). It has a distinctive design, with sharp lines, a low profile, and large wing mirrors.
The Countach was well received by critics and was one of Lamborghini's most popular models, with over 2,000 units produced. It inspired a number of special edition models and variants, including the Countach LP400S and the Countach LP500S. Lamborghini is known for producing high-performance sports cars with powerful engines and striking designs, and the Countach is a prime example of this legacy.