Lamborghini Miura

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When the Lamborghini Miura debuted in 1966, it broke records as the fastest production car in the world. With its V12 engine reaching a top speed of 280 km/h and boasting an acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds, the Lamborghini Miura set the benchmark for sports cars of the time and is considered by many to be the first supercar.

The Lamborghini Miura was the first true supercar, making every other sports car – from the Ferrari F40 to the McLaren F1 – look outdated by comparison. It redefined the concept of a sports car.

Miura’s sinuous lines, created by three talented designers at Bertone, along with an unprecedented centrally mounted V12 engine that offered the car unparalleled power and grit, proved to be a groundbreaking design.

This 1:8 scale model is a faithful replica of the Lamborghini Miura P400 S, right down to the smallest of details. The body is made from high quality metal, with hinged front and rear clam shell which, once opened, reveal all the mechanics and the powerful V12 engine. Details also include Campagnolo rims with soft Pirelli rubber tires, opening doors with characteristic black slats, highly detailed cockpit and dashboard with precise replica analogue instrumentation.


22" L x 9" W x 6" H
Bodywork: Diecast metal
522 parts and 325 screws make up this 1:8 scale model.


  • Engine acceleration and horn sounds.
  • Operating front, rear and brake lights.
  • Internal lights and dashboard instrument light.
  • Fathfully reproduced V12 Lamborghini engine.
  • Wheels turn
  • Doors open
  • Lamborghini signature headlight lashes.