The Lamborghini Miura SV, also known as the P400SV, was introduced in 1971.
Essentially an updated Miura S, the SV was the last and most famous Miura. Produced in significantly smaller numbers than the previous versions, the SV is also the rarest Miura as well.
Although visual updates were mostly subtle, the Miura SV featured extensive drivetrain and chassis upgrades that enhanced both the output and the handling of the car.
Lamborghini Miura SV
Wider fenders and new wheels aside, the SV’s rear fascia also received a pair of taillights sourced from the Fiat Dino Spyder, which had three distinct clusters, including reverse lights, all separated by chrome surrounds. The previous lamps were smaller and split horizontally.
The front end received better integrated fog lamps and turn signals and a slightly reshaped bumper grille. The SV was also recognizable for the lack of “eyelashes” around the headlamps.
|Wheelbase||2,505 MM (98.6 Inches)|
|Length||4,390 MM (172.8 Inches)|
|Width||1780 MM (70.1 Inches)|
|Height||1100 MM (43.3 Inches)|
|Bore x Stroke||82.0×62.0 MM/ 3.23×2.44 Inches|
|Output||380 HP @ 7,850 R PM|
|Torque||295.0 LB-FT @ 5,750 RPM|
|Top Speed||170 MPH|
|0 – 60 mph||5.75 seconds|