Skip to main content

Four years ago, a Lamborghini customer asked the company's Polo Storico division if it was possible to recreate the original Countach LP 500, which disappeared after taking a number of crash tests back in 1974. After obtaining every photo, document, and drawing related to the LP 500, Polo Storico greenlit the project and also requested the help of Fondaizone Pirelli, who helped with archival materials to accurately recreate the original tires. Using the mountain of reference material, Polo Storico and Lamborghini's Centro Stile design studio spent countless hours to get everything perfect right down to the smallest details, even finding the specific paint composition to create the car's yellow finish.

Related Articles

Lamborghini SC20 - Philipp Rupprecht (7)

Lamborghini reveals its latest one-off, the SC20

The car was a collaboration between the Squadra Corse motorsport division and the brand's Centro Stile design team.


Lamborghini reveals the Aventador SVJ Xago

The car will be exclusive to company's new virtual Ad Personam studio service.


Lamborghini reveals the Huracán Sterrato Concept

We'd take this over an Urus in a heartbeat.