Gallery: a history of Lamborghini V12s
Following the recent sale of the gorgeous ‘Periscopica’ Countach, here are its 12-cylinder siblings…
Posted: 10 Jun 2014
It had the 4.0-litre V12 from the 400 GT transversely mounted behind the cockpit, producing 350bhp in its first iteration, 370bhp in the Miura S and 385bhp in the Miura SV.
And that body, that body. It made Bertone stylist Marcello Gandini an overnight sensation, and remains to this day one of the prettiest supercars ever built.