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Though the quickest among them was the Ferrari 308 with a 0-100 kph of 7 seconds, along came Lamborghini and dropped in their midst this demon that could hit 100 kph in 5.6 seconds.With its roof only 1.07 meters from the ground, this car was low.This car was as much hell for the driver as it was for the lustful onlookers because, for starters, there was zero rear visibility.That compromised speed, making the car's 241 kph top speed slower than it needed to be, and that optional $5,500 rear wing – in 1983 you could buy a nice new sedan for that price – actually slowed down this nearly $100,000 car with little benefit to handling.Still, despite all these shortcomings the Countach was the baddest machine to ever be created. To put it bluntly, this car wasn't intended to make you a happy driver, but an envied one. The question, though, is whether Lamborghini is plotting its rivals' destruction yet again, just as it practically demolished the field decades earlier with just one car.
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