We all know a lot of fans didn’t really like the new 2022 Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4, some didn’t like the fact Lamborghini resurrected the legendary Countach name for a limited edition, reskinned Aventador, others complained about the fact the new car didn’t look like the original from the Seventies, while still other wanted wide wheel arches and a massive rear wing to resemble the Countach from the Eighties.
But that didn’t keep 112 clients to spend a seven-figure amount of money to secure one of these, as Lamborghini limited production to just 112 units, as a reference to the LP112 internal codename for the original Countach prototype, by now we’ve seen Lamborghini taking this ultimate ‘few-off’ model on the road, both for road testing, and to put her next to the original Countach models.
Between August 2021, when Lamborghini unveiled the Countach LPI 800-4 in Monterey and today we’ve seen countless ‘renders’ and ideas being published, from mild modifications up to radical restyles to make this new 2022 model look like a 1980s version, and whichever you prefer, some of these looked really good, in fact, we’ve even added wide wheel arches, custom wheels, and rear wings to our very own Virtual Car Configurator that includes this Countach LPI 800-4.
But now we want to present what famous designer Khyzyl Saleem did to the original Countach LPI 800-4 model, we all know him as The Kyza, and it seems Hagerty was involved with this Redesigning the 2002 Lamborghini Countach, and before we take a look at an extensive image gallery that shows this The Kyza version of the LPI 800-4, we present you the official Hagerty video:
Make sure to check out the amazing renders Khyzyl Saleem made, showcasing this lady from various angles: