Widebody Lamborghini Countach Lowered on Custom Wheels Looks So Flat

The number of those who drop their cars as close to the road as possible and/or gift their with various body kits si growing by the season. In fact, thanks to social media spreading the word, the need for individuality has exploded, with tons and tons of project cars showing up. Not even the icons are safe, which brings us to this Lamborghini Countach - before moving further into this tale, there's one thing that needs to be clarified: we're looking at a rendering here, so no actual Sant'Agata Bolognese was harmed in the making of this image.
Slammed Lamborghini Countach render 1 photo
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So, what's up with this Wolf ride? Well, the thing has been gifted with the basic ingredients of an an overly stanced machine.

To be more precise, the Raging Bull now looks like it rests on the ground, with this being the "result" of an air suspension installation.

Then we have the custom wheels. These are borrowed from the real world, since we're talking about Fifteen52's Touring Chicane, a model that's inspired from the 90s era. As for the rubber, it looks like we're dealing with Toyo R888R, which is the supercar drag racer's choice.

However, we musn't forget the widebody approach, with the fenders of the V12 animal now being uber-fat.

This render comes from Khyzyl Saleem, a digital artist who always enjoys coming up with work that splits opinions among car aficionados. Heck, if we compare this Lamborghini Countach to some of his previous renders, it almost seems tame - here's another Lambo touched by the pixel wielder, albeit with this being an Urus.

Speaking of modded Lamborghinis, I recently sat down with Andrea Baldi, Lamborghini EMEA CEO, discussing the changes the Italian carmaker is going through. And Alex Choi's Huracan "rally car" just happened to pop up during our talk, with this resulting in giggles...

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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