Lamborghini Countach - Construction

Construction

The Countach used a skin of aircraft-grade aluminium over a tubular space frame, as in a racing car. This is expensive to build but is immensely strong and very light (in spite of its size, the car weighs approximately 1,400 kg (3,100 lb)). The underbody tray was fiberglass.

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