The Crew Motorfest is out now and there's a lot to collect in-game, including the Countach Wheel Locations. In total, there are seven of these scattered around the Hawaiian island of O'ahu.
Where can these be found in The Crew Motorfest? What do they look like and do they contribute towards any of the game's trophies and achievements? The Crew Motorfest is a great game and it's well worth exploring these side missions.
We've got everything you need to know about the Countach Wheels in The Crew Motorfest right here!
The Crew Motorfest: Countach Wheel Locations
For those that don't know what a Countach is, we'll explain that here. The Lamborghini Countach is an Italian supercar that was produced from the mid-1970s to the start of the 1990s.
It's an iconic machine that has one of the most striking looks of any car ever made. While it wasn't the easiest to drive and extremely unreliable, it was and remains a very highly sought-after ride.
The Countach's look extends to its wheels, which were very large and had five large holes around its rim.
There are seven of these to collect in The Crew Motorfest and when you spot one, drive up to it and press & hold X on PlayStation or A on Xbox depending on which system you're on.
#1 - Nai'a Lagoon
The first Countach wheel can be found in the Ka'ula Bay area of the west side of the map. Head over to the ring road in Nai'a Lagoon Beach and drive on the straight road going North Northwest.
You'll see a large tree in the distance, but before you get there, you'll see a large yellow Countach wheel for you to collect.
#2 - Iroquois Lagoon Beach
The second Countach wheel can be found in the Ewa area to the west of the O'ahu Airport. Go to Iroquois Lagoon Beach and you'll see a large house inland from the main coastal road.
The wheel can be found in the car park in front of the house and is easily seen from the main road.
#3 - Ewa
A second wheel can be found in the area of Ewa, but this time further north towards the mountains. There's a pair of buildings on the north-west corner of the Ewa suburbs and there's a large car park around it.
Drive up the ramp and through the entrance to the car park. The larger building on the left will have the Countach wheel just behind a bush, but this is easily visible once you're in the area.
#4 - Kaimuki
The fourth wheel is located in the Southern region of the island near Kaimuki. On the western edge of the Kaimuki suburbs and north of the Waikiki Shell, there's a main road that heads southwest out of the area.
There's a green gate on the right-hand side of the road that you need to break through just before a bridge. Drive arrow-straight down the path until you get to the complex's main building with solar panels on top of it.
Just before you get to the car parking area, there will be a yellow Countach wheel on the right before you get to the covered entryway of the building.
#5 - Kaneohe
Heading up north now, you'll find the fifth Countach Wheel. More specifically, go to Kaneohe and the wheel is towards the eastern edge of the suburbs.
There are two roads that lead out of the area from the south side. You'll want to be on the northern one of these roads, and there will be a huge complex off the left side of the road.
If you look straight ahead you'll be able to see the yellow wheel behind a tree with pink leaves.
#6 - Wahiawa
For the penultimate Countach wheel, we got to the heart of O'ahu and the Central region. Specifically, the sixth wheel is in the Wahiawa suburb and in the south-east corner.
You'll find wheel six just off the main ring road and in the middle of a car park in front of a large, brown building to the right-hand side. If you're on the road, you'll be able to see it, it stands out like a sore thumb.
#7 - Haleiwa Island
The final Countach Wheel is on Haleiwa Island off the northern coast of O'ahu. If you go to the northwestern corner of the island's golf course. If you go west, you'll find the car parking area where the golf buggies live.
The last wheel is found there in front of one of the buggies. This doesn't earn you a trophy/ achievement, but collecting all seven wheels goes towards your affinity with the Lamborghini manufacturer.
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