Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary

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Asphalt 9 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary

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Car Information:

Class Type ⛽ Fuel ⏱ Refill Time In Game
D Rare 5 15 Minutes Update 25 – 05/2022

Performance Data:

Max 5⭐ Top Speed Acceleration Handling Nitro
Stock 293 59,50 43,38 14,14
Max 304,9 71,69 55,89 36,30

Car Ranks:

Stock 1⭐ 2⭐ 3⭐ 4⭐
1063 1389 1757 2135 2498

Blueprints:

1⭐ 2 3⭐ 4⭐ Total Blueprints
30 23 33 42 128

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stage CreditsCredits x4 Total
Stage 0 4.370 17.480
Stage 1 7.100 28.400
Stage 2 11.400 45.600
Stage 3 17.100 68.400
Stage 4 24.700 98.800
Stage 5 34.500 138.000
Stage 6 48.500 194.000
Stage 7 68.000 272.000
Stage 8 95.000 380.000
Stage 9 133.000 532.000
Stage 10 186.000 744.000
Stage 11 Max Credits2.518.680
Import Parts Amount Credits Total
Common 28 20.000 Credits560.000
Rare 8 40.000 Credits320.000
Epic 4 120.000 Credits480.000
Upgrades Credits2.518.680
  Total Cost: Credits3.878.680

Overview

The Lamborghini Countach became a legend in its own time, but Automobili Lamborghini took this masterpiece one-step further. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of Automobili Lamborghini SpA they designed and built what would become the ultimate Countach.

This ‘celebration’ model was intended to be sold in limited numbers only, but it turned out to be the best selling Countach ever made reaching a total of 667 units before it was replaced by the long awaited Diablo in 1990.

Actually, the Diablo was intended to commemorate this anniversary, but its prototype was in no way ready for presentation in 1988, so at Lamborghini they decided to use a completely new Countach for this event.

The Anniversario was in fact a ‘new’ Countach, they redesigned as much as possible, but had to avoid new homologation for this model, so the base of the Anniversario was the then current QuattroValvole chassis.

Only a few items remained from the QV, the front spoiler/bumper was redesigned, now with extra cooling vents for the front brakes, and sills were mounted with cooling streaks for the rear brakes like we already saw on the late 1988 QV models.

In addition, the scoops on the rear wings were redesigned, now much more incorporated into the shoulder, but still effective enough to keep the engine cool, which also received a new hood by the way.

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