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Monday, December 9, 2019

The possibility of the Miura appearance if was built back

Lamborghini Miura is one of the most beautiful and exotic cars ever made by Lamborghini in the 20th century. So it's no exaggeration if there are automotive designers who try to design Miura in a contemporary and modern look, in accordance with current conditions. Well, that's what was done by a Brazilian automotive designer named Pedro Ruperto.
A modern interpretation of 2025 Lamborghini Miura by Pedro Ruperto. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2E1rVKg)
From the rendering image, it looks like Ruperto still retains some of the original shapes and gives touches in some of its details. Like the fascia, the Miura bumper looks sharper similar to the current Lamborghini car styles. This is in contrast to the shape of the original car which looks more curved.

There are striking changes that could be seen in the shape of the headlights that originally were rounded. Only in Ruperto's hands, the design of the headlights changed completely by using the thin LEDs. Other changes are also seen by removing mirrors that were on both sides of the car's windshield.

Other changes are also seen by removing mirrors that were on both sides of the car's windshield. Now, the mirrors are replaced by a pair of cameras mounted on a shark fin-shaped parts and mounted on the front wheel arches.

Then the appearance of the side skirt also changes completely with the installation of a new model of air intakes which makes it look more aggressive. However, the front hood still shows the ventilation just like the previous version of Miura and only the models are slightly different.
1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2DWutte)
As we already know that this Lamborghini Miura is a supercar that was designed by Marcello Gandini, and was produced in the period 1966-1972. The Lamborghini Miura was made in a limited number of 764 units worldwide. The following video is about one of the classic Lamborghini Miura that has ever existed.
This raging bull's supercar carried a 3,929 cc naturally aspirated mid-engine and has an ability to spew power reaching 380 horsepower @ 7,850 rpm and torque of 400 Nm @ 5,750 rpm which combined with the 5-speed manual transmission system. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PEDRO RUPERTO ON BEHANCE | GRANDTOURNATION]
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