Even more so when we talk about Countach, the model considered by many both an icon and a stepping stone for the car maker.
Art & Tech dropped its plans for a production model, as it only found the means to an engine for just the one show car. This engine was a mid-mounted, 5.2-liter with an output of 455 horsepower. The second unit was left with no engine and is currently on display at a museum in France , leaving the Sogna as a one-off model.
I think this is the craziest Lamborghini ever to be made. Period. There is very little information available about this car other than the it’s only got 1118 miles on the clock and is up for sale at a crazy price of €2,380,000 or roughly £1,900,000 if my mind serves me correctly.
Only two units of the Sogna were built but not by Lamborghini as the cars were made by Art & Tech. Hiding underneath the peculiar green skin is the Countach with an aluminum body and a centrally-mounted 5.2-liter engine outputting 455 HP (335 kW) sent to the rear axle through a five-speed manual gearbox which grants the supercar with a top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h).