Operating under the banner of Abimelec Designs, Abimelec Arellano is a talented designer and concept artist based out of Northwestern Mexico. Over the last year or two, we’ve become increasingly enamored with Abimelec’s work, and with each new project, the Sonora-based artist has managed to steadily raise the bar with his craft. And after previously treating a Lamborghini Urus to a dramatic off-road conversion earlier this year, Abimelec has now bestowed a similar treatment upon the Sant’Agata marque’s iconic Miura supercar.
The aim of the digital render was to retain the timeless lines and appearance of Marcello Gandini’s original design, while simultaneously receiving a Baja-inspired lift kit, period-correct off-road Torq-Thrust five-arm wheels, and chunky BFGoodrich all-terrain tires. The render also boasts slightly flared bodywork, and a set of vintage spotlights mounted externally just above the windshield. Rounding out the 3D project is a coat of Miura orange paint. To see more of Abimelec Designs’ Safari-style Miura, you can check out the artist’s Instagram page linked below.