A very rare 1972 made Lamborghini Miura SV will be auctioned by RM Auctions on the 26th October in London, with the supercar being expected to fetch around 750.000 – 900.000 GBP, which is translated to 1.18 – 1.4 million USD.
The SV badge stands for Sprinto Veloce and out of the total 750 Miuras which were produced, only 150 of the were SVs. The 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV which will be auctioned is powered by a mid-engined V12 engine which is developing 385 horsepower. If 385 HP in 1972 doesn’t sound like much to you, please close this page quickly and finish your milk while asking your parents what they were driving thirty years ago.
Besides the impressive V12 mid-engine, the Lamborghini Miura SV was also fitted with independent suspension and the disc brakes were upgraded. A ZF limited-slip differential was also added which significantly improved the handling.
The 1972 supercar is sitting on unique Campagnolo wheels wrapped in wider Pirelli tires and the Miura SV has been fitted with an air conditioning which isn’t enough but at least you can brag about it. The expensive Lamborghini has only covered 100 miles and even if it was made back in 1972, the interior has been trimmed with Alcantara.
As we said in the first paragraph, the 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV will be auctioned in London on October 26 and it’s expected to get around 750 – 900k GBP.