The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary is one of the several classic cars in the series. Made to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Automobili Lamborghini in 1995, this car was the last and the fastest cars in the Countach model line. The Countach 25th Anniversary has refined designs against their likely predecessors, with larger vents for better cooling, and the deletion of spoilers. Among the Lamborghini Countach variants, this was the second most popular, with a total of 650 produced.
The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary is the first Tier 4 the player can encounter, although not the first to unlock, which is the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary in this game has the installation of the spoiler. It requires 100 stars and can be bought with 145,000 cash as well as being lent for 35000 cash. The Countach 25th Anniversary does not have good top speed; it is the slowest Tier 4 car in terms of pure top speed. However, the Countach 25th Anniversary is stronger in other aspects to make up its slower top speed. Its nitro power is more powerful than even mid-end Tier 4 cars like the Ferrari California. Its handling is also pretty good. It also has decent acceleration, which is benefitted with its good nitro power. It does have good nitro efficiency, although not the best in its tier (which is held by the Aston Martin V12 Zagato, a top-end Tier 4 car). Overall it is a very efficient car to buy, and given that the player is skilled enough and the vehicle is properly upgraded, the player can go up straight to this car to the Aston Martin V12 Zagato, which in turn is the fastest car in Tier 4.
The Countach is a low-end Class B car, and the second weakest of the Lamborghini vehicles. It has a starting rank of 1177 and a maximum rank of 1357 (same as the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione from Class C). Its Pro Kit rank is 1415, lower than the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione. The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary in the game has the deletion of the spoiler.
While the Countach and 8C Competizione have the same speeds (nitro and top speed) when maxed out, the Countach suffers from slower acceleration but has better handling against the 8C Competizione. However, if Pro Kits are taken into consideration, then it apparently loses, as it is a low end class B car, and has 3 upgrades for one field in comparison to 5 upgrades found in the 8C Competizione.
The Countach 25th Anniversary is a low end class B car, the third lowest of every class B car. Its acceleration is slow, as it is a classic car. Its top speed is also somewhat slow, and if pro kits are considered then it is slower than both the 8C and the Testarossa. Its handling is decent, the second best in its respective bracket (Junior Class B), and the best of its bracket (Intermediate Class B). Its nitro, as expected as a Junior class B car, is extremely disappointing, with having one of the worst, both power and efficiency (rated at 10/15/20, the worst of any car in the game). Overall it is not very good for a starter class B car considering its higher price than the Citroen DS Survolt and the Aston Martin DB9, and above its price comes a better car, the Maserati GranTurismo Sport and the Bentley Continental GT V8. Aside from the fact that it is not good in Singleplayer, it is not suited for Multiplayer either as it is one of the cars that fall in prey against the Citroen DS Survolt and the Felino cB7.
As of the Motorcycles Update, the Countach 25th Anniversary costs 55,000 to purchase (originally 21,000, then 31,500). As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 315,000 while Pro Kits require 50,400, 8 of each Class B Part and 8 Initial & Early Techs each.
The Countach is at Tier 5, at the lower part. Although the game says Lamborghini Countach, the car is actually the 25th Anniversary, identified by a number 25 inside the laurel at the back part. This car is a boss car driven by Kelly Rodriguez, and can only be obtained by beating the 4th boss (Kelly Rodriguez, in the mission Hot and Shiny) and then paying 40 golds for the pink slip race where if you win, you can obtain the car. This car is very good for farming but not good at other aspects. As a result, you have to purchase the Lamborghini Veneno (or W Motors Lykan Hypersport, added in the update) to beat Episode 5, as it has a lower rank than the recommended rank of 1668 (which is the minimum required rank of the mission Big Score), and this car has a maxed rank of 1547 (lower than a stock Lamborghini Sesto Elemento).