Absolutely love these design icons. When it first entered production in 1974, the wildly-styled Countach was powered by a 370bhp 3.9-litre V12 engine, but by the time this particular car was produced in 1987, it had been developed into a 5.2-litre unit putting out 461bhp. Known as the 5000 QV, for QuattroValvole (or four valves per cylinder), it was one of the fastest Countach models ever produced.
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