1966 – Very few cars manage to change the automobile world like the Miura. With its central V12 engine and fascinating body, designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone, the two-seater redefined the concept of a sports car.
MiuraThe fastest car in the world
1966 – At its debut the Miura was the fastest production car in the world: With a top speed of 280 kph and an acceleration from 0-100 kph in 6.7 seconds the Lamborghini Miura set new standards in the sports car segment. The original Miura was produced between 1966 and 1969.
MiuraThe legend continues
1966 – Between 1966 and 1969 475 units of the 350 HP Miura were produced. But the success story did not end there: The Miura was first developed further into the Miura S with 370 HP and later into the Miura SV, which had wider mud guards and a greatly revamped 385 HP engine with separate lubricating systems for engine and gearbox.