Lamborghini Miura GT Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Lamborghini Miura is hands down one of our favorite vehicles of all time. Produced in limited quantities, only 764 to be exact, the supercar was considered by many to have started the whole trend of high performance two seaters sporting the mid-engine configuration.

Unfortunately for us the vehicle was not only limited, but it was produced back between 1966 to 1972 making it nearly impossible for anyone to get their hands on one. Although the Italian auto maker has never unveiled plans to resurrect the beloved model, the Lamborghini Miura GT Concept takes a look at what this late 1960s sports car would look like in 2013. The concept was created by graphic designer Alexander Imnadze, and equips the sports car with modern day technology like LED lighting, and the aggressive body lines found on current day Lamborghinis.

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