Lamborghini celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first supercar, the Miura in 1966, with the limited production Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage.
The bespoke supercar made its debut at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK, before being carted around to various Lamborghini celebrations throughout the year.
Effectively, what the Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage is, is Lamborghini dressing up the great grandchild of its original Supercar, the Miura, in livery that would make its grandad proud.
Each example was ordered and built through Lamborghini’s exclusive Ad Personam department. The exclusive studio went to extreme measures to ensure that all of the smallest details inspired by the Miura, were carried across to the Aventador. From the original 18 colours, contrasts only available in gold or matte silver, to the logo in black steel on the side, Limited Edition plate on the vehicle and Miura 50th logo sewn onto the upper part of the seats — the Aventador Miura Homage reflects an unrelenting pursuit for detail.
The Aventador Miura Homage features the same technical specifications as the LP700-4. That means a 6.5-litre V12 engine with 515kW of power, 690Nm of torque, and a top speed of 217MPH (349km/h).
The Aventador Miura homage is significantly rarer than the car that it pays homage to with just 50 units made, compared to 764 Miura’s. Finished in Verde Scandal with Gold Dione Rims and interior carbon fibre packs, this Miura Homage is one of the most desirable Aventador’s that money can buy. Buyers will need to part with $845,990 for the chance to own a piece of Lamborghini history.