Lamborghini Miura: Return to the andalusian farm of the Miura to celebrate the 50 years of the model


The Lamborghini Miura in the estate of the Miura.

This year has marked the fiftieth anniversary of the birth of the Lamborghini Miura. Fifty years since it was presented is still one of the models most iconic and relevant brand, as it was the first to pave the way for the brand from SantAgata Bolognese, becoming since then into a brand with its own identity.

A manufacturer that far from the conventionalisms and the straitjacket of the market has always offered products that, regardless of their business results, have been characterized by to have a soul of its own.

As the culmination to a year in which we have already attended several events and tributes for this event, including the restoration of the first Miura SV, Lamborghini decided to launch a caravan of models of the brand from Madrid to the family farm Miura in Andalusia, in the town of Lora del Rio.


The Miura and its current successor, the Aventador.

Headed by a Miura yellow, the caravan had several versions of the past and current models that make up the range of the Italian manufacturer, the Hurricane and the spiritual successor to the Miura, the Aventador. Once there, they were received by the heirs of Don Eduardo Miura, his sons Eduardo and Antonio Miura.

Eduardo[father was a great personal friend of Ferruccio Lamborghini, who was a regular visitor to the farm of the Spanish entrepreneur. Reason by which the sport takes its name, and its successors have been used mostly names related to bullfighting, or directly names related to the same, such as Aventador, Diablo or Gallardo. Names, all of them bulls.

The images speak for themselves. The spectacular picture that represents these Italian sports contrasts greatly with the rural environment and countryside of the farm and its surroundings, marking an authentic turn to the origins of the model and the roots of its famous name.