Lamborghini Countach Rendered As Continuation Series Hypercar

Ladies and gentlemen drivers, we are here to take to a dark well-lit corner of the Internet, one that doesn't spare any motoring icon. We're talking about the rendering realm, with its later contraption being based on the Lamborghini Countach.
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The pixel play we have here brings us a restomod take on the Raging Bull. So while the lines that made the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine famous are still here, we can see plenty of fresh bits, which add aero aggression, among others.

For starters, the Italian exotic has been fitted with a widebody take, while the thing now rides on custom wheels. Most of the changes are focused on the posterior of the vehicle.

This is where we see a massive wing that is connected to elements coming from above the rear wheels. The beast gets a "rear bumper" delete, something that's turning into a Lamborghini trend these days, with the V12 hardware being partially exposed.

Oh, and let's not forget the generously-sized diffuser, as well as the rear light clusters, which are inspired by the Y-theme that defines current Lamborghinis.

As for the nose of the velocity tool, this packs a cleaner approach, which relies on the lower front fascia (splitter included) and, of course, the fat fenders.

These images have been delivered by digital artist Yasid Oozeear, who constantly enjoys coming up with such visual stunts.

Speaking of the Countach, given the fact that modern-day Lamborghini hypercars come with a polarising design, perhaps it wouldn't hurt to see the Italian automaker looking back to its legendary models for inspiration.

After all, Ferrari has recently shown us a move of this kind, thanks to the arrival of the Icona series, which brought us the Monza SP1 and SP2. Of course, these are uber-limited models, which means that the normal affluent aficionado still has no chance of grabbing one.
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