The definitive supercar of the Sixties, the Miura needs no introduction. In original P400 form it left its rivals for dead in terms of styling, performance and handling- if not perhaps build quality. Today the Miura is considered the original supercar, the motoring landmark which set the template and inspired all Latin exotica which followed and is frequently voted ‘sexiest car’ of all time.
The Miura progressed through three different series: the original P400 (as famously featured in the film The Italian Job), the slightly evolved S (recognizable by its chromed window surrounds) and the final SV (wider rear arches, deleted headlamp ‘eyelashes’ and subtly altered front bumper and rear lights). Each has its admirers, and all are rare, valuable and exciting to own.