This year has met the 50 anniversary of one of the model most charismatic of the firm of Sant’agata. The Lamborghini Miura celebrates his half-century by various acts of eye-catching. First, we saw the restoration of the first Miura SV and then the launch of the Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage. Now have wanted to bring the legendary sports back to its origins, to the place that gives the name to.
This model receives its name from a known livestock Spanish with 175 years of history, which is located in Lora del Río (Andalusia). Don Eduardo Miura was a a great friend of Ferruccio Lamborghini and hence the relationship of the Italian brand with the bullfighting. Up there have been shifted in a caravan a flawless Lamborghini Miura yellow, three Hurricane and three-Aventador (two of them SV).
A route of 600 kilometers for sure it will not go unnoticed because of the colour of all the specimens. All for the sport launched in 1966 returning to its roots and pose with the bulls to give a name to. Do not forget that the production of the Miura was quite small, and in 1973 was dismissed, giving way subsequently Lamborghini Countach. There were several versions of this sport.
The Miura P400 was the first to arrive with their engine V12 of 4.0 liters and 350 horsepower. In the following years saw the light some versions more advanced as is the case of the P400 S and P400 SV. The latter only made 150 units and was the top of range with 385 HP and a sporty look. Came to be in his time the production car faster and today you still remember it with nostalgia.
Source – Lamborghini