Redesigning an 80s icon: the Lamborghini Countach | Chip Foose Draws a Car Ep. 13

Words iconic gets thrown around a fair bit in the classic car world, however few automobiles deserve that characterization like the Lamborghini Countach. Its wedge form, scissor doors, and also distinct supercar position is really a long-lasting icon of 1980s extra. The Countach's constant positioning in pop culture cemented it as one of the most memorable vehicles for a generation, as well as not simply for auto enthusiasts. The Countach both progressed and also degenerated as time went by, as the purity of initial the LP400 style made way for busier and also distracting redesigns. That's why Chip Foose has a plan to take the Countach to the following degree!

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30 Replies to “Redesigning an 80s icon: the Lamborghini Countach | Chip Foose Draws a Car Ep. 13”

    1. @Paul Joosten well he said this is just how he would do it, and to not change the original. I bet Foose had this idea for years, probably back when his father worked on similar cars.

  1. Could you please draw how you would design the next generation BMW 7 Series and use the 750iL E38 as the only inspiration. I’m so afraid BMW will mess it up after they ruined the recent facelift 7 Series grille and just released the horrific 4 Series.

    1. That’s actually a great idea. A modern BMW(any series) that actually follows the 90s and early 2000s Bimmers, when they looked so awesomely good!

  2. Would like to see what Chip could do with a H2 Hummer. There are still quite a few these out there, so there may be a niche to restylize them.

  3. Hate to say this….but messing with front wheel arches, would make turning front wheel ‘lock to lock’ nigh on impossible…..😳

  4. Very difficult task. I would love to say this is a subtle twist on an iconic shape but it doesn’t work for me ! Sorry Chip ! I absolutely adore your skills .

  5. To this day, Marcelo Gandini’s design still looks best to this day. With all due respect, softening the lines it became a corvette xp895.

    1. @Marc René Yvon well he certainly deserves respect for what he knows and is able to do. this is his take on it. tbh i don’t like it that much either, cuz i believe hard, crazy edges is what lambo stands for, but it was worth the while. no need for bashing it.

  6. I didn’t even know Chip Foose did art videos! This is awesome! I would love to see an art class done by him, I would watch it in a heartbeat

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