Love ’em or hate ’em, Lamborghini’s Countach is undeniably one of the most iconic supercars of all time. And a near-pristine celebratory version of that rare vehicle has just surfaced – this 1991 25th Anniversary Edition. Best part is, it’s headed to auction.
Originally unveiled at the 1988 Grand Prix at Monza, this Horacio Pagani-tweaked example of the Countach, done up in iconic white with a red interior, features a gargantuan 3.15 cubic-inch V12 engine that was originally capable of hitting over 183 miles per hour and doing 0-62 in less than five seconds. Amazingly, this particular example also only has a little over 2,000 miles on the odometer – despite having three different owners. It also comes with power windows, an A/C system, and a unique steering wheel not seen in prior year models. When it comes to the Countach, this one was and still is the cream of the crop – and one with such low mileage is nigh unheard-of. As such, RM Sotheby’s anticipates that it will fetch a price between $250,000 to $300,000 when it hits the block in Paris.