The (for now) final look at the LP 420. This Countach restomod idea came from seeing how the Bertone design evolved over the following decades. The original LP 400 was a gorgeous spaceship for the road. And of all the vaguely similar designs that came out of this era of automobile history, this is by far the most recognizable even today. I focused my attention on the very first production design for the Countach, as well as the prototypes developed years earlier. After exploring these lines in the most extravagant of ways, only one thing was left - to paint it in bold retro colors and chop the roof off. This barchetta-style look at the Countach is to me one of the few things that were left to do with this iconic design.
As fun as this project has been, it is time to part ways with it and move on to the next. The push for a far higher quality of render and photorealism behind these images has been a months-long endeavor. I hope the results please you as much as they please me. A few details were left behind in this last series as to show just what can make or break the illusion, and as a reminder of the path that brought me to this standard. Thank you all for the support.