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Styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio, the Lamborghini Countach is one of the most widely-recognized super cars in the world. Its low wedge-shaped body styling inspired the design of many super cars after it and its trademark upward-tilting door design is still quite popular today. The first production Countachs were equipped with a mid-mounted longitudinalV12 engine with 4 liter displacement, hence the LP400 designation. Not satisfied with the stock engine, Canadian industrial magnate Walter Wolf had a Countach customized to his specifications with a more powerful 5 liter V12 engine.
The Lamborghini Countach was unveiled to the public at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. The Countach was among the first supercars to sport an angled, wedge-shaped body, which became the signature style of subsequent Lamborghinis. 1982s LP500S was the first version to be powered by a 5-litre V-12 engine. By the time the model was discontinued in 1990, 2,042 had been produced. Kit features full engine detail with six Weber carburetors, hinged front and rear body panels, a large rear wing and decals with factory stock graphics.
Skill Level: 2
When the Diablo VT first hit the streets in 1993, it was the fastest production car in the world. This all-wheel drive speed demon was powered by a 492 hp, 5.7L V-12 engine, which could reach 62 mph (100 km/h) just 4.5 seconds. Top speed was 202 mph (325 km/h). A Viscous Traction (VT) drivetrain delivered 25% torque to the front wheels, boosting traction and handling. Kit features a lift-up rear deck with a highly detailed V-12 engine, full suspension detail, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts and Lamborghini insignia decals.
Skill level: 2
Introduced in 1995, the Diablo VT Roadster featured an all-wheel drive set-up with a viscous center differential. The Roadster replaced the typical fixed top with an electric carbon fiber targa top and removable roof section. The engine lid was heavily modified so that the V-12 engine had proper ventilation when the roof covered it. Servo-assisted BremboÂ® four-wheel disc brakes provided superior stopping power. Kit features a screw-on chassis, rolling wheels with metal axles, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts and colorful Peel n Stick decals. Standard screwdriver required.
Skill Level: 1
All Maisto Assembly Line kits are already painted and do not require any glue. The parts snap together or are attached with fasteners using the assembly tool included in each kit.
Authentic 1:24-1:27 scale model kit Die-cast metal body with plastic parts Working steering and opening doors Bonus set of custom wheels and screwdriver included No glue or paint needed
New Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 1/18 Scale (Black).