Even though it certainly isn't the first Lamborghini Miura to cross the block we couldn't resist sharing these pictures of a 1972 SV model to be auctioned later this month in London.
There isn't a whole lot beyond the raging bulls on the front of this Miura SV and Diablo SVR to indicate these two cars were cut from the same cloth. Even if these two cars were designed decades apart and look drastically different, they are both likely a little jealous of the new kid on the block.
Lamborghini's latest exotics borrow heavily from the aerodynamic designs of modern aviation. Makes sense for a group of enthusiasts in a rainbow of Lamborghinis to meet up with a team of pilots for the ultimate desert dogfight.
This Lamborghini Murcielago SuperVeloce LP670-4 China Edition was crashed, in of all places, China. We're hoping the the Chinese-market-only super car with a really long name will make a special appearance in the next Chinese car crash montage.
There's only supposed to be 350 of the 661 HP $450,000-plus Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV ever made. Looks like they actually made 351 — and that extra car's just been totaled in an accident.
The Corvette-based limited edition SV 9 Competizione wants desperately to emulate an Alfa Romeo 8C Competzione with its carbon fibered re-skin. American V8 grunt mixed with Italian sensuality? How could it possibly go wrong?
Looks like yet another up-spec Lamborghini is headed our way. We're told the next bull-headed beast will sport 662 horses and be called the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV. Wow, that’s a mouthful.
Autocar is reporting that MG Sport & Racing, once the performance division of MG Rover, has been selling Ford 4.6-liter V8-powered MG SVs to the tune of around $900,000 — for a profit of more than $200,000. Not bad for the son of a corpse. The company, which was not included in the sale of MG Rover to China's Naniing…