1960 CLASSIC SPORTS CAR LAMBORGHINI MIURA
The Italian automaker, Lamborghini Miura, was first released in 1966 as a high-performance sports car. The classic vehicle of the period of 5 gearbox is one of the faster vehicles He's famous. Completely designed by Lamborghini engineers, Miura challenged his most important rival Ferrari with its strong and seated slogans. From 1966 to 1973, he was able to together the Miura model continued production.
HISTORY OF LAMBORGHINI MIURA
In 1965, Miura set out to develop the prototype car, Gian Paolo Stanzani and Bob Wallace P400, three senior engineers of the Lamborghini, Gian Paolo and Paolo Stanzani. The Miura, with the V12 engine, has a much better launch than the previous Lamborghini models, was exhibited in 1965 with an advanced chassis. It was promoted along with the exit of the 1966 Geneva Automobile fair.
The Miura's oldest model, the P400, was supported by Lamborghini's V12 engine. In addition to the power of the 345 HP, the engine had its place among Lamborghini vehicles between 1966 and 1969 and at that time it sold for 20,000 dolars. Nowadays, this price for "Lamborghini" vehicles is small, but it is a car that is expensive enough and good sales due to seasonal conditions. Miura won the prestigious Gran Turismo Trophy at the 2008 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and was redesigned for use in the Gran Turismo 5 game and presented in-game. The P400S, also known as the Miura S, which was introduced to the market after 3 years of follow-up, introduced its original chassis, which was produced in 1965, and was subsequently introduced to the Turin Motor Show in November 1968. The P400S was introduced to the market in 1968, with innovations in exterior glazing, changes made in the headlights, chrome headlamps, 2mm larger engine inlet manifolds, innovations such as small design changes, larger luggage space, 20 HP more powerful engine. Among the smaller revisions; a torpedo lockable system construction and the electric windows featured the P400S between 1968 and 1971 with an extra $ 800 cost.