In celebration of the company’s 25th anniversary, Lamborghini released a further updated and slightly restyled version of its celebrated Countach. It was unveiled at the 1988 Italian Grand Prix at Monza and would become, the most memorable and widely recognised Countach, and it is fondly remembered by enthusiasts for not only its signature style but also the welcome updates that it brought to the 15-year-old Countach platform. The Countach is a styling icon of the 1980s, and it still commands attention and respect wherever it travels today.
Horacio Pagani was tasked with updating the iconic Gandini-penned bodywork. He chose to tweak the nose and redesign the air intakes to more effectively channel air to the Girling ventilated front disc brakes. At the same time, the rear bumper also received subtle styling changes. Other notable changes were made to the body air intakes, located just behind the door, which received thicker body colour stakes, and to the two-piece forged alloy wheels. In total he made almost 500 subtle changes over its predecessor, the 5000 QV, the new Countach retained the same striking visual panache and incredible performance that Lamborghini’s customers had come to know and love.
Inside, Lamborghini upgraded the Countach’s relatively spartan appointments to include all-new power windows and power seats. A newly designed steering wheel was fitted, as was a more powerful air conditioning system. Overall, the new Countach was comfortable but quick, with an estimated top speed of 295 km/h with 0–100 km/h in under five seconds even by todays standards its still a hugely capable car. In the 2 years that the car was produced from 88’ to 90’ just 658 were built.
One of just 57 RHD cars this particular example has covered 15,664KM (9,733 Miles). Originally supplied new by Portman Lamborghini in October 1989 to Mr J.Embiricos of South Kensington, presented in its original colour combination of Rosso Savaglia with Crema hide. First serviced in February 1990 by Lamborghini Portman, Mr Embiricos kept the car until July 1990 when ownership was passed to C & J Dunhill LTD who owned the car until May 1997, during this time the car was stored covering very little milage until it was passed to Mr P.A O’Meara of Hornchurch, Essex. The car received an MOT on May 23rd 1997 recording the mileage as just 1577. The following day the car was again serviced by Lamborghini. Mr O’Merara continued to enjoy and use the car until February 2003, when ownership of the car was transferred to Mr. O Everatt- Stoneman of Chelsea. During his ownership the car was maintained by Lamborghini London, with invoices totalling over £15,000. After 13 years of ownership Mr. Stoneman sold the car in February 2016 to Mr E.A Boehm, who owned the car until July of 2016 when the car passed into Amari’s personal collection. Since 2016 the car has been maintained by Mike Pullen of Carrera Sport. Given It fantastic documented history and low mileage this is truly one of the best examples offered for sale anywhere in the world.
21/02/1990 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - Portman - United Kingdom
24/03/1997 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - Pangbourne - United Kingdom
26/01/2000 - Lamborghini Specialist - United Kingdom (Carrera Sport)
15/10/2004 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - London - United Kingdom
28/07/2010 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - London - United Kingdom
28/02/2012 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - London - United Kingdom
21/05/2015 - Lamborghini Main Dealer - London - United Kingdom
14/06/2016 - Lamborghini Specialist - United Kingdom (Carrera Sport)
01/06/2017 - Service AMARI - United KIngdom
08/05/2018 - Service AMARI - United Kingdom
In 2016 the car underwent a full mechanical overhaul with Carrera Sport costing over £10,000.
1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 'Periscopica'
A stunning example of the Countach in its original LP400 Periscopica form, chassis no. 1120154 is the 77th of 160 manufactured by Lamborghini, this LP400 was originally delivered to Canadian importer Eugene Carrie of Ontario in October 1975. The car .....
This 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition is a beautiful original example. Red with tan interior and just 30k kilometers. It' been under the same ownership for the last 20 years and runs and drives excellent. Original paint and interior. For only $249,500
Upon seeing the words "Poster Car" the chances are one singular car popped into your head, Lamborghini's seminal Countach. The rear-mid engined V12 animal was produced from 1974 to 1990 and helped to popularise the now widespread cab-forward design concept which pushed the passenger compartment forward .....
Lamborghini LP 5000 “S” LHD in a stunning overall condition. Third owner car (Same owner since 1994) with only 26000 km’s from new!! Extensive history and service file with all invoices etc. Has been serviced by a well known Dutch Lamborghini specialist, recently serviced incl. New clutch, valve-timing, .....
- Year: 1980 Serie II Low Body
– Condition: Good
– Engine: V12 4.0L
– Power: 374hp
– Gearbox: manual ZF 5-speed
– Exterior colour: White
– Interior colour: Black
– History/Documents: Matching numbers, Lamborghini books.
This is a series II Low Body car, that is 1 .....
​​​​1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 "Periscopio": The 50th of only 150 "Periscopios" Produced
Chassis no. 1120100
Engine no. 1120034
Original color: Blu Notte with a Ivory/Blue interior
This wonderful Countach is the 50th of only 150 "Periscopios" built and originally .....
The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary is
powered by the 5167cc V12, which delivers an impressive 0-60 mph acceleration time of 4.7 seconds with a top speed of 183 MPH (295 km/h).
It was the most refined and possibly the fastest edition of the Lamborghini Countach: 0�97 km/h (0�60 .....
Developing a replacement for the ground-breaking Miura was bound to be a challenge, even for Lamborghini’s young and profoundly talented engineering team. The Miura had caused a sensation with its breathtakingly beautiful lines courtesy of the genius Marcello Gandini at Bertone. It was also an engineering .....
This Countach is one of only 16 RHD 1988 1/2 Model Year cars believed to have been imported to England by the UK Lamborghini importer Portman Concessionaires, two of which are thought to have then gone to Japan.
Purchased new by Gerald Carroll of the Carroll Group London in September 1988, Mr Carroll .....
Lamborghini Countach Prova evocation .brand new never registered in Rosso red with full cream leather interior .V8 engine fully rebuilt with Piper cams. Lightened and balanced crankshaft . Updated oil pump. 5 speed long ratio gearbox . a stunning looking vehicle drives like the original and looks like .....