From Bertone press: Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966, the Miura had suddenly aged other sports cars on the market. Created as a revolutionary project, the Lamborghini Miura P400 had a box-frame platform and a 3929 cc, 350 hp at 7000 rpm, V12 engine, placed transversely at the center of the car. Built on a wheelbase of 2500 mm, it was 4370 mm long, 1760 mm wide, 1050 mm high and weighed 1075 kg. The Miura reached the fantastic top speed of 290 km/h, the car’s great innovationshocked the motor industry. Carrzzeria Bertone produced about 800 finished body shells.