Tucked away in the countryside of the Netherlands, about two hours outside of Amsterdam, Prins Classics is filled to the door with stunning exotic cars perfect for taking in the scenery along winding Dutch roads.
But truly, which cars could be better suited to such a drive than Lamborghini’s penultimate classic and newest storm? Prins Classics certainly agrees – in a June 11 YouTube video, they take the Countach and Huracan from their showroom and put them to the test.
It’s difficult to compare the two based solely on power and performance abilities. There have clearly been massive steps forward in automotive development and engineering since the Countach’s 1974 debut, and even since its final run in 1990. But the design is so distinct, the interior so nostalgic, that it’s easy to see why some might prefer it to the newer, more powerful Huracan.
Which do you prefer? Are you more a fan of the classics, or of modern innovations? Let us know in the comments after you’ve checked out the info on each and video below. And, of course, when you decide which you’d rather have, click the link to the listings from Prins Classics and make it officially yours.
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Engine: 5.1-liter V12
Transmission: RWD, Manual 5-speed
Torque: 369 lb-ft
Dry Weight: 3,285 lbs
0-62 mph: 5.1 seconds
Top Speed: 185 mph
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Engine: 5.2-liter V10
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch
Torque: 413 lb-ft
Dry Weight: 3,135 lbs
0-62 mph: 3.2 seconds
Top Speed: 202 mph
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