1984 LP500S Coupe
The Countach was the predecessor to the very successful Miura. The body was designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, and given a mid-engine layout in two-door coupe configuration. It featured an attractive and curvaceous body with elegant lines and fitted with modern mechanical components and technology.
In 1991, after twenty years of production, the Countach was laid to rest to make room for the new Diablo. Only 321 of the LP500S were created.
Engine Location : Mid
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Body / Chassis : Aluminum body panels on multi-tube platform
Production Years for Series : 1974 - 1990
Body Designer : Bertone
Weight : 2910 lbs | 1319.954 kg
Power & Performance
Top Speed : 150 mph | 241.35 km/h
V 12 60-degree | Vee-Type
Displacement : 4757 cc | 290.3 cu in. | 4.8 L.
Power : 375 BHP (276 KW) @ 7000 RPM
Torque : 302 Ft-Lbs (409 NM) @ 4500 RPM
Bore : 3.4 in | 86 mm.
Stroke : 2.7 in | 69 mm.
Compression : 9.2:1
Main Bearings : 7
Construction : Light Alloy block and head
Transmission: 5 Manual
Transmission 5 manual
Seating Capacity 2
Length 165.4 in | 4201 mm.
Width 78.7 in | 1999 mm.
Height 42.1 in | 1069 mm.
Front Track 60.5 in | 1537 mm.
Rear Track 63.2 in | 1605 mm.
A Classic Relic of Luxury Mobility
Art & Mobility combined has very few true icons in the history of luxury pieces on the timeline of motion. The future captures the elegance of how we move forward with technology and the past is captured by the beautiful things we appreciate enough to preserve. This. Is. One. Of. Those. Introducing the 1984 Lamborghini Countach at TheArsenale_Miami located in the Miami Design District.