At it's 1966 Geneva launch the Miura shocked the motoring world. Gorgeous Bertone styled bodywork coupled with the world's first mid-engined road car changed the face of what people would expect from a sports car. The supercar was born.
Named after a famous Spanish fighting Bull, the Miura was developed in record time by a young, gifted Lamborghini team. For all its greatness however, the Muira was not the perfect car. As high speeds were approached the rear weight bias and streamlined bodywork caused the front of the car to lift. Nevertheless, the Muira will go down in history as an all time classic.