Lamborghini Miura P400
Lamborghini Miura P400 | $ 114,000
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Lamborghini Miura P400

Lamborghini Miura P400

When exotic specifications, sleek trimmings and exquisite profiling blend together under the experts’ hats, all you get to watch is something as magnificent as Lamborghini Miura P400. Designed to be extremely distinctive yet comfortable in senses, the supercar comes first amongst the three unique generations of the model followed by Lamborghini S and SV (the final production version). However, the supercar had witnessed a few severe front lift issues when the top speed of 280 km/hr reached – hence, placing the Miura P400 slightly on the ‘shoulder arch’ movement. But nonetheless, the luxurious car takes beautiful designing from Marcello Gandini with its inspiration originating from the art work sketched by Giorgietto Giugiaro. With its ‘P’ defining and signifying Poster Posteriore, the exclusive Miura provides space for two people and integrates an efficient V-12 to get the performance on-board. However, Lamborghini designed only 475 units before replacing it with a wilder Miura S supercar and stitched a whole of $20,000 price tag (approximately $114,000 today).

   

Interior

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In terms of interiors, the Miura P400 from Lamborghini comes with integrated leather seats with advanced functions – ranging from an elegantly stitched steering to designing well trimmed panels and dials. The supercar, nonetheless, integrated a transversely mounted mid-engine structure and appealed to eyes through its bright chrome trim around the windows. While the two seater model gave enough space to the driver and one passenger to experience raging speed from Lamborghini, but its lack of space inside the plush interiors left absolute no space for extra legroom – which indeed arched many shoulders. However, the unique designing got the P400 additional points for signifying classy interiors and top-notch performance at the same time.

 

Exterior

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Introduced years back at the Geneva Motor Show, the sporty looking Lamborghini featured power windows and bright chrome trim to epitomize sophistication and elegance for style admirers. The two door model, however, leaves absolute no space for luggage – whilst allowing two people to slacken off. The model, developed way back in the year 1969, stood distinguished during its time with coachwork executed by Bertone (which was later received a complete transmogrification with significant upgrades in full, nut and bolt). Also renowned as P400s, the Miura model took a cue from the Mini and revolved its sleek chassis around the steel doors and frames – with P400’s front and rear skinned body being carved with absolute aluminum to endow a classy yet sporty appearance.

 

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