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When the Lamborghini Miura was first produced in 1967, it took the world by storm with its stunningly good looks and revolutionary mid-engine layout that set the stage for every supercar thereafter. Obviously, the Huracan beside it would destroy it in every quantitative performance test today, but the Miura costs the same as five new Huracans for a reason. One glance over it and if those curves don’t win you over, it’s hard to imagine what will.

There are so few Miuras out there that seeing the old standard-bearer and new exotic right next to each other in the same color is a sight to behold. Given the choice between the two, we’d have to drive home the V12 Miura. Driving The Italian Job route through the Alps just wouldn’t feel the same in a modern Lamborghini

Which one would you put in your garage? 

Zac Palmer

Zac Palmer – Editorial Intern Zac Palmer has probably spent more time in a car than any other 21-year old in the country. He likes anything that can go around a corner, and is surely talking about a car wherever he might be.
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