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04/06/2022

Discovering the eClassic Cars.
Lamborghini Miura

The driving experience in the simulator of the Miura P400 gives those behind the wheel a precise idea of just how wonderful it is to drive on the track.

What would the Miura have become if Ferruccio Lamborghini agreed to race with it?

This magnificent creation by Giancarlo Dallara and Marcello Gandini was originally developed as a racing car: a centrally mounted transverse V12 engine positioned inside the axis of the wheels, a chassis conceived as a monocoque and an ideal weight distribution – in the Jota version, the one designed to race – it certainly would have brought home numerous successes. But the adroit Ferruccio, who made every decision to spite his great enemy and competitor, the great Enzo Ferrari, never wanted direct confrontation with such a famous and noble manufacturer.

The driving experience in the simulator of the Miura P400 gives those behind the wheel a precise idea of just how wonderful it is to drive on the track. And not only that, if you add to these sensations the beauty of its uniquely harmonious and ingenious design. 

Just think of those “eyelashes” that decorate the headlights or the black louvers that cover the rear window without interrupting the flow of the car’s stunning shape. It is no coincidence that the famous film “The Italian Job” wanted to show the Miura in all its glory in the long opening sequence of the movie, almost as if they wanted to glue the audience to the screen.

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