Introduced in 1974, the Countach pioneered the sharply angled look which became popular in many other sports cars that came after. It came with three different engines, ranging from 3929 cc in the LP400 models to 5167 cc in the 5000 QV and the 25th Anniversary models.
The “QV” in the name stands for Quattrovalvole, which means it had 4 valves per cylinder, and was bored and stroked to a bigger displacement. The combination resulted in 450 HP, compared to the LP400 which only had 370.
It accelerated to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds and had a top speed of 185 mph.