Debuted in 1971 and hung in poster form on countless walls afterward, the Lamborghini Countach is an iconic automotive design. To honor its 50th anniversary, the Raging Bull is bringing it back in modernized form. The design is instantly identifiable as a Countach, with clean lines, a rear longitudinal V12, scissor doors, built-in air intakes, and distinctive shark gills. Speaking of that V12, it's a 6.5-liter power plant, linked to a 48V electric motor mounted directly on the gearbox to produce a total of 802hp, good for a top speed of 220 mph. The power is routed to all corners via a four-wheel-drive system. The distinctive body and chassis are made from carbon fiber, and the interior includes modern touches like a photochromatic glass roof that changes from matte to transparent with a single click, multiple driving modes, and an 8.4" touchscreen with Apple CarPlay support. Limited to just 112 examples.