The last and most famous Miura, the P400SV or Miura SV was presented in 1971. It featured different cam timing and altered carburetors. These gave the engine an additional 15 PS (11 kW; 15 hp), to 385 PS (283 kW; 380 hp). The last 96 SV engines had a split sump. The gearbox now had its lubrication system separate from the engine, which allowed the use of the appropriate types of oil for the gearbox and the engine. This also alleviated concerns that metal shavings from the gearbox could travel into the engine with disastrous and expensive results and made the application of an optional limited-slip differential far easier.



Models produced

1966 – 1973

784

Props

Marcello Gandini

  • Transverse V12
  • 3929 cc / 239.8 in³
  • 89.08 bhp per litre
  • 350 bhp @ 6500 rpm
  • Mid-Engine / RWD

Price range

Lamborghini

$ 21,000