1973 was the last year of production for the Lamborghini Miura and the P400 SV model was the most advanced iteration mechanically. The car was slightly heavier but the 4-liter V12 had a power output of 385 hp and the car could reach a top speed of 177 mph, doing 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. The timeless Bertone design didn’t change much, wisely retaining the iconic look of the original. The main differences were the absence of eyelashes on the headlights and the wider fenders and tires. The last P400 SV models produced included a limited slip differential, which required a split sum. Gearbox and engine would now have separate lubrication systems, allowing each unit to use appropriate types of oil. Inside, the 1973 Lamborghini Miura was surprisingly spacious compared to other Lamborghinis and comfort options were made available, including powered windows and air conditioning.
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