(Motorsport-Total.com/Motor1) – It’s certainly not the first time we’ve seen the 2022 Lamborghini Countach (now buy a used Lamborghini Countach). And it’s not the first time we’ve heard it either. But of course, when the new modern LP800-4 video shows up in the wild, we’ll be very excited to watch. Especially when it sounds so good in the clip.
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What is special about this video? Well, audio videos involving one Lamborghini Aventador there are a lot of numbers on the net and underneath its exotic metal clothing the new Countach is anything but. Its 6.5-liter V12 is more or less the same as in the Aventador SVJ. Here, however, in relation to the hybrid configuration of the supercapacitor from sian. This increases the total output to 814 hp.
The exhaust system is like that but only on math installed. With its four tailpipes, it pays homage to the exhaust system of the previous model. A slightly different sound than the V12 sibling was expected.
A multi-baritone growl
But then we hear him. After a good 15 seconds the video starts. We’re used to the fact that modern Lambos either hum quietly at idle or bang on the gates of sonic paradise with a god-like scream.
But this Countach doesn’t scream. More of a roar and a lot of baritone. Quite tall with a slight twist. But it’s also clear that the revs weren’t revving here and the car was making a lot of noise. However, the sound is not only reminiscent of nature. A beautiful and welcoming sound for all enthusiasts who still remember the classic car of the 70s and 80s.
Production of the new Lamborghini Countach LP800-4 has been limited to 112 units. Of course they have all been sold. We assume that this model is not one of the 112 production cars. Unless someone came up with the idea to put their expensive retro car with a gray nose and a different, multi-gold set.
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We are most likely dealing with a test model here. Therefore, it may also be that the sound is not necessarily continuous. We’d love to hear that roar again, though, so let’s hope the expected upgrade is voluntary.
Now, if you’ll excuse us, we need to check YouTube for videos featuring the classic Countach.