While the rumor mill usually knows everything about upcoming models, the Lamborghini Miura Homage has flown under the radar until the very moment of its official online presentation.
Dubbed the Lamborghini Miura Homage, this is the brand’s way of celebrating its long line of heritage supercars. This limited series model is based off the Aventador 700-4 and comes with design touches that hearken back to the late 1960s. Lamborghini will also be on point during the Goodwood Festival of Speed’s celebration of automotive performance by introducing in front of the public the Aventador Miura Homage. It has been prepared to celebrate the half a century of existence for Lambo’s seemingly most iconic V12 supercar, with just 50 units of the special edition being prepared. As a testament to the “under the radar” theme, only half of them have been snatched so far, a surprise when talking about such heritage models.
Lamborghini’s Ad Personam customization studio will be on point to deliver the Miura-inspired touches to the Aventador, with clients able to choose from colors that would look perfect on the classic supercar, such as Rosso Arancio Miura red, Verde Scandal green, and Blu Tahiti blue. Contrasts will be added with trim along the sides, while the alloys can be had in gold or silver. There are also metallic Miura badges close to the back wheels, while in the cockpit owners will choose between Nero Ade black or Terra Emilia brown leather, with carbon fiber trim being standard. The Miura Homage’s vintage touches have all the styling flair, but unfortunately don’t come with any upgrade in terms of performance. So, the stock 6.5-liter V12 with 700 horsepower and 509 pound-feet of torque is still there, granting a 62 mph sprint of 2.9 seconds and a maximum speed of 217 miles per hour.