The Contact Patch Lamborghini P400 Miura

Lamborghini Miura P400

“The Lamborghini Miura redefined what a car could do and created the modern supercar archetype as we know it. It is almost certainly Lamborghini’s most important car and might even be considered the most important supercar ever made….

The styling of the prototype P400 was the work of Bertone and was finished just days before its debut at the Geneva motor show in 1966. Incredibly, none of Lamborghini’s engineers had checked if the V12 power plant would fit inside the engine bay before the show. This led to them filling the engine bay with a ballast and keeping the engine bay shut during the duration of the show. Lamborghini’s head of sales, Sgarzi, was forced to turn away members of the motoring press and show goers who wanted to see the P400’s engine.”

– Lamborghini Miura garagedreams

Museum-quality archival Giclée print with the following specification:

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