Lamborghini Countach-Based 1994 Art&Tech Sogna Selling for €2.4 Million
Dec 13, 2013 13:50
Lamborghini was not involved at all in the development of the Sogna. Built by Japan-based Art&Tech, the Sogna (dream in Italian) used the platform of the Lamborghini Countach and was the creation of teenage designer Ryoji Yamazaki.
Advertised on James Edition, the car is owned by Japan’s Enmann Corporation, which would be willing to part ways with it for the paltry sum of €2.38 million ($3.28 million).
The car features a mid mounted 5.2 liter V12 engine producing 455 horsepower and can reach a top speed of 300km/h, Mated to a five speed gearbox, it sends power to the rear wheels. Check out a few more pictures of it in the gallery:
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