As Lamborghini’s first supercar, Miura has been the draem Car in the hearts of countless people since its debut in 1966. Such a very memorable model, has long been the object of competition for collectors. A 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV will be auctioned in London, England, with only 150 models produced at the time, making it of high collection value.
According tomedia reports, the first owner of the auction vehicle is a member of the Saudi royal family, the car is currently the starting price of 3.22 million U.S. dollars (about 22.81 million yuan), equivalent to five Rolls-Royce Gust.
The 1972 Miura SV was discovered in the early 2000s and purchased by an American buyer in 2005, after two years of complete restoration. The car was transferred to Europe in 2010 and is currently travelling only 5,759 km.
In terms of power, the Lamborghini Miura SV is powered by a 4.0-litre V12 naturally aspirated engine, equipped with a Weber carburetor with a maximum power of 383 hp, an acceleration time of 0-96 km/h of 6.0 seconds and a top speed of 290 km/h.
It’s worth noting that the car also has a duck’s beak with a front aerodynamic design, which also indicates that it is a high-end custom-made model.