Lamborghini shares a mysterious teaser
The Italian supercar maker has tweeted a short video demonstrating some old tools and what looks like trimming a vintage car cabin with leather. What could it mean?
There is an opinion that the company has restored a 1971 Lambo Countach prototype and was getting ready to reveal it. The caption seems to confirm it.
The original Countach LP500 Concept by Marcello Gandini debuted at the Geneva Motor Show half of a century ago, and a production car followed in several years. Despite their structural differences, the company used the prototype to test the supercar, and ultimately destroyed it in a crash test. Could this be that destroyed example brought back to life?
Another theory states that Lamborghini is preparing an homage to the Miura classic. That one came earlier – in 1966, but the latest generation named the Miura P400 SV debuted at the Geneva show in 1971. Rumor has it that the automaker was considering reviving the Miura badge for its most affordable new sports car.
Editor Andrew Raspopov