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Lamborghini Countach Styling – hd Lamborghini wallpapers

The Countach was styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio. His design for the Countach’s predecessor, the Lamborghini Miura, achieved commercial success and critical acclaim from the automotive press when it was introduced in March 1966. Following the Miura’s debut, Gandini began experimenting with a new, more angular and geometric design language in a series of concept cars for Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo and Lancia. In particular, the 1968 Alfa Romeo Carabo and 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero were direct styling precursors to the Countach. Like the Countach, they were both entirely wedge-shaped, mid-engine designs with a low, flat front, truncated tail and angular details. Both of these concept cars featured unconventional methods of entry into the passenger compartment?a hinged windshield for the Stratos Zero and scissor doors for the Carabo?foreshadowing the scissor doors used on the Countach. super car, lamborghini, supercars wallpaper, Lamborghini Countach wallpapers, car wallpaper

(Lamborghini Aventador)The Aventador SVJ “63 Edition”, a special edition commemorating the company’s year of foundation (1963), featuring a special white livery with the number 63 more prominent on the car would be first offered for sale which limited to just 63 units while the whole production run of the Aventador SVJ would be limited to just 963 units in total including the 63 units, with deliveries starting in the beginning of 2019. Lamborghini Aventador wallpapers#LamborghiniDiablo #LamborghiniHuracan #Cars #SportsCars #gallardo

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