This 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition is one of 658 to be produced, making the on-set damaging of this special edition vehicle a controversial decision among car lovers. The supercar brings the punch of the almost-as-rare 5000QV, but can’t be mistaken as one from the exterior. That’s because the chassis was redesigned for Lamborghini’s 25th anniversary by the company’s then-chief engineer Horacio Pagani. That chief engineer is the same person who famously went on to found Pagani Automobili. The Lamborghini restyling features modified vents, new wheels, a rear bumper that extends outward, and modified engine bay covers.
It wouldn’t be a Countach if it didn’t have Lamborghini’s flagship V12 engine. Under the hood of this special edition supercar is a 5.2L V12 5MT engine with a six-carburetor fuel system that produces 455 horsepower. This five-speed manual, rear-wheel drive car can hit a top speed of 190 mph, and go 0-62 mph in five seconds.
Whoever buys this vehicle probably isn’t looking to rebuild it to its former glory. The vehicle is being marketed as a collector’s art piece, complete with authenticity documentation from the firm. Included with the supercar is a Jordan Belfort costume, two DVDs of the film, two crew hoodies, and a clapboard and director’s chair — both signed by Scorsese, DiCaprio, and co-star Margot Robbie.