While the Lamborghini Countach will celebrate its 50th anniversary and the Aventador is about to disappear, rumors are circulating on the Web about a possible Aventador in homage to the Countach.
The era of the Lamborghini Aventador will soon come to an end. Lamborghini’s V12 model is currently on a 10-year production run, which tells us that we should therefore expect to see the successor to the Aventador by the end of this year. In fact, two new V12 models are expected in 2021. The first is expected to be a new hybrid V12 supercar, but what is the second? Well, that’s the mystery.
But The Supercar Blog says he has received information from a source claiming that the second vehicle will be a special edition Aventador-based Countach tribute in the spirit of the Aventador Miura Hommage, shown at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Only 50 examples were built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Miura.
After the Moira, homage to the Countach?
This year, the Countach celebrates its 50th anniversary. It was at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show that the first prototype of the Countach was revealed to the world. The production version arrived in 1974 and was not discontinued until 1990 after an impressive 16-year production career. which has seen several editions, including the 25th anniversary edition designed by Horacio Pagani.
Rumors don’t specify which version of the Countach will be used as inspiration, but a large rear spoiler shouldn’t be part of the package, with many believing that this element is not representative of the famous supercar bodywork. . If these indiscretions turn out to be correct, expect the Countach’s tribute to be ultra-limited in number and overpriced.