One of the rarest and most elite Lamborghinis ever built with only four examples ever leaving the factory, the Miura SVJ was an up-specced, high-performance version of the Italian V-12 supercar that featured a slew of upgrades. This included an engine tuned to 418hp, riveted aero-industry aluminum-alloy bodywork with a full aero kit complete with hand-formed wheel arches and pronounced scoops, and track-grade suspension and braking hardware. Despite the tremendously rare nature of the car, one of the four factory-built Miura SVJs has just come up for sale.
Known as “The Corsican,” this matching-numbers Super Veloce Jota specimen was originally sold to Paul Ferrandi, a real-estate developer in Corsica, France. Capable of speeds of 185mph, this holy grail of Miuras has undergone a world-class restoration from Carrozzeria Cremonini and Top Motors and features numerous additional modifications such as race seats with four-point Britax harnesses and a pair of dash-mounted Heuer chronographs. “The Corsican” 1972 Lamborghini Miura SVJ is currently being sold through Swiss dealership Kidston in Geneva where this prestigious supercar’s asking price is available upon request.