Italian firm’s restoration teams have restored the only ever made Miura SVR to its original specification.
Lamborghini have revealed it’s fully restored Miura SVR and brought it back to life by the Italian firm’s Polo Storico department which took 19 months to complete. The Miura SVR was said to be one of the most extreme versions of the iconic supercar ever produced with only one ever made, having spent most of it’s like in Japan. The SVR was based on the already modified Miura Jota.
Chassis number 3781, with body number 383 and engine number 2511. Originally the vehicle had been spray painted in Verde Miura with black upholstery, and changed ownership no less than 8 times.
Customer demand was said to be very much the reason why the Miura Jota and SVR models had been created. The original Jota development car was diminished in an accident but Lamborghini would later build only 5 examples for customers who have asked due to the coverage the accident generated.
One has said that the challenge of restoring the vehicle was more daunting than first expected, as the vehicle had arrived in sant’Agata in pieces, and that although the parts were all there, modifications such as four-point safety belts, sporty seats and a roll bar had been installed.
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