The Miura was the world’s first supercar, and it’s an absolute icon — one of the most special and amazing cars of all time. I’m going to show you all around the Miura and show all its quirks and features, and then I’ll get the Miura out on the road to see how it drives.

The Miura used the 4-liter Bizzarrini V-12 designed for the 350GT and 400GT, rotated by 90º and mounted transversely in a casting that included the transmission and differential. Power claims were all over the map, but Road & Track’s test car banged off a 0-60 in 5.5 seconds, through the quarter-mile in 13.9 sec @ 107.5 mph, and achieved a top speed of 168 mph, making it the fastest car in the world, at the time.

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