The Lamborghini Miura was a famous 2-seater supercar produced from 1966 to 1973. 1972 was a transition year for the Miura, between the P400 S model and the P400 SV. The first model was offered until 1972 and the second entered production in 1971. The 4-liter V12 engine powered both cars. The P400 S model had a power output of 370 hp and the P400 SV could produce 385 hp. The SV model was probably the most popular Miura and can be distinguished from the previous models by its wider rear fenders to accommodate the new 9-inch rear wheels, different taillights and the lack of eyelashes around the headlights. 150 units of the Lamborghini Miura P400 SV were made. Thanks to improved weight distribution ratios and stiffer suspension, this last version of Miura had great handling capabilities.
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