Woah, check out this modified new-gen Lamborghini Countach
And no, that isn’t a wrap. In fact that’s the original factory paint colour. Rejoice!
We keep being told that TVR isn’t dead and that it’ll rise from the ashes any day now with the ‘new’ Griffith. Still, it’s good to see that the old chameleon chromaflair paints are still in use, and on a new Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 no less.
But hang on, because this isn’t any new Countach. We’re told that it’s the only one in the world (out of 112 examples) that's been modified. We can’t say we’re too surprised at that.
And yet, one thing that isn’t aftermarket is the paintjob. That was actually a factory spray by Lamborghini for this particular Japanese-spec Countach. Amazing.
Instead, the modifications are so-far limited to lowered suspension and new wheels courtesy of Miami-based firm ANRKY Wheels. They’re apparently a new design known as S2-X0 and are made from aerospace-grade aluminium that's finished in a mirror-polished gold colour. They're also 20-inches up front and 21-inches at the rear. We’re assuming the owner of this Countach is not the shy and retiring type.
Have they improved the new Countach?
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