Aluminum panels, independent suspension, disc brakes, Michelin XWX tires, a V-12 engine, a pressurized cooling system and five-speed gears are some of the many specifications of the Lamborghini Countach. Of the many available versions, these specifications refer to the Countach LP400 which is the most highly sought after Countach model.
The Countach LP400 was built from April 1974 to April 1978, and during that period, 150 units were produced. It is a two-door, two-seat berlinetta car with horizontally hinged doors.
The structure of the car is round steel tubular spaceframe, and the body is made of all aluminum panels. The suspension is all-wheel independent, fully adjustable with coil springs, tube shocks and anti-roll bars. The car also features all-wheel Girling disc brakes, vacuum assisted, single servo, with twin circuit split front and rear.
The engine used in the Countach LP400 is a V-12 60 degrees model that supports rear wheel drive. It has two cylinders and uses a pressurized cooling system with two radiators with cross-over connection. The consumption of the engine is 23 liters per 100 km, using a 100 octane fuel.
The fuel capacity of the vehicle is 120 liters. The current value of the Countach LP400 is estimated at $465,225 to $1,320,000, as of 2015.