A classic Lamborghini sports car, the Miura is a beautiful piece of art that was produced between 1966 and 1973. It redefined what a two-seater, mid-engined sports car should be. With its V12 engine that produced 350 horsepower (up to 380 HP in later models) and a top speed of 174 mph, it was the fastest production road car available at the time doing 0-60 in roughly 7 seconds. Designed by Marcello Gandini, the Miura quickly captured the attention of the public and became an instant classic.

Lamborghini Miura P400 (1966-69) P400S (1968-71) P400SV (1971-73)
Engine 3.9L V12 mid-mount
Horsepower 350 @ 7000 RPMs 360 @ 7700 RPMs 380 @ 7700 RPMs
Torque in lb·ft 262 @ 5000 RPMs 286 @ 5500 RPMs 286 @ 5500 RPMs
0-60 mph 7.0 sec 6.7 sec
Gearbox 5 speed manual
Weight in lbs 2,480 2,862 2,862

Image credit: Lamborghini
Specification credit: Wikipedia

Miura