The Countach made its public debut at the 1971 Geneva motor show. The design of the ultra low two seater sports car took the world by surprise. Its most captivating parts were of course the scissor doors, swinging up and forward. Over the years these famous doors have become Lamborghini’s trade mark right up to the latest MurciÃ¨lago. Full story
When you hear the phrase "cult cars," you might think of Ford
Motor’s Mustang or General Motors’ Chevrolet
Corvette, which have legions of devotees but are very common and still in production. Similarly, the Jeep
Wrangler, Porsche 911, Mini
Cooper and Volkswagen
Beetle and New Beetle are so high profile and commonplace that their followings are merely large.
The vehicles from Forbes list of the coolest cult cars of all time were niche cars when they were new—supercars, race (...) > Full story