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Friday, July 15, 2016

Would slot between the Aventador and Huracan filled by all-new Miura?

Lamborghini will add a new model that will fill in the lines between the Huracan and Aventador. Reportedly, this car is built on the MSB platform used on the latest Porsche Panamera. As reported of Motor1, the speculation led to the Miura's revival. Different from the old version, this time suggests the new model could be a front-engine Miura with a 2+2 interior layout.
(Pictured: Lamborghini Asterion LPI-910) Would slot between the Aventador and Huracan filled by all-new Miura? (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cCWXU)
Lamborghini is deliberately using the MSB (Modularer Standardantrieb-Baukasten) platform of the Volkswagen Group's instead of its own carbon fiber monocoque chassis due to lower the production costs as well as development.

For the engine, all-new Miura would carry a hybrid V10 engine that supported by two electric motors. The first electric motor with an output of 200 hp is located at the front wheels and the second electric motor with an integrated power of 67 hp on the transmission.
Remembered this Lamborghini Miura Nuovo Concept in 2010. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cGwLH)
The all-new Miura performance would be over the Huracan and nearly close to the Aventador, so does the price. The difference from the technical point of view would help the Miura fill out a new market niche between the two previous models.

Lamborghini Miura is not the first model built on the premium VW Group's Modular Standard Platform. Previously, Sant'Agata-based supercar manufacturer created the Urus with similar platforms of Audi Q7 and Bentley Bentayga. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1]
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