Final version of the glorious Countach, dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Lamborghini, boasts numerous improvements, were in fact changed about 3,000 of the 8,000 pieces that make up the car. Much of the aesthetic innovations derived from the prototype Countach Evoluzione in 1986, the first supercar in the world made of carbon fiber. The air box and the air intakes were redesigned and enlarged and were mounted on miniskirts, the geometry of the suspension was modified. The improved aerodynamics allowed a maximum speed of 300 km/h. This was the last version made the Countach, which remained in production until 1990 when it was replaced by the Diablo.