(Lamborghini Countach) Countach Evoluzione
The Countach Evoluzione was a one-off prototype and testbed car built by Lamborghini in 1987. It was created by Lamborghini’s engineering team (including Horacio Pagani) in order to test multiple technologies for the Countach’s successor. The Evoluzione used a substantially different chassis and body than the production Countach and lacked interior trim, soundproofing and air-conditioning. It was continually modified for testing purposes and all body panels were left unpainted. Although there was no production version of the Evoluzione, the Countach Anniversary Edition and the Diablo would incorporate some of its engineering, including carbon fibre/Kevlar composite body panels. aventador, lambo veneno, sportscars wallpaper, Lamborghini Countach wallpapers, aventador
(Lamborghini Diablo)The Kanto had later utilised a modified version of the 6.0-litre V12 engine used in Diablo SV-R which generated a maximum power output of 640 PS (471 kW; 631 hp) during Dyno testing. The engine was detuned to 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp) for longevity and easy maintenance.
A claimed total of five cars are said to have been produced with one car (finished in black exterior colour) being sold to a Japanese collector. The Kanto concept having the Diablo SV-R powerplant now resides in the Lamborghini Museum.
Following the failure of the two concepts. Pi?ch initiated development work of the successor of the Diablo from scratch. The design work was entrusted to the then Lamborghini chief designer Luc Donckerwolke and thus the Murci?lago was developed. Lamborghini Diablo wallpapers#SportsCar #urus #lambo #LamboGallardo #gallardo