Back in 80s, Lamborghini Countach was the car which everyone dreamed of, and Ryoji Yamazaki was one amongst all those. His childhood dream of supercar became reality when he decided to revamp Lamborghini Countach to Lamborghini Sogna in 1991, using his own design studio Art & Tech. It was then unveiled at the 1991 Geneva Motor Show as re-bodied Countach, with the aim of selling it in limited editions. It didn’t work; later a full operational version was made and was revealed 1994 Essen Motor Show. The same car unveiled at Essen is up for sale, on James Edition for 2.38 million Euros, which is approximately around $3.25 million. It packs in 5.2-liter V12 engine mated to five-speed manual transmission which produces 448-horsepower with a top speed of 186 mph. $3.25 million/a>.
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