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Featured OFFICIAL Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage

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  1. rs271

    rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

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    Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage

    Automobili Lamborghini presented the Aventador Miura Homage, a special edition of the current Aventador coupe that pays tribute to the Miura, the forerunner of all V12 Lamborghini super sports cars in its 50th anniversary year. Just 50 units of the car will be produced, the majority of which have already been sold, available in selected markets worldwide.

    Created by Lamborghini's Ad Personam studio, the Aventador Miura Homage reflects the colors and specifications of original Miura models. The upper body in one color is complemented by the lower body and sill in a contrasting tone. The original Miura was produced in a plethora of color and trims, often to the particular specification of a client, with six of the most iconic solid and metallic colorways selected for the Aventador Miura Homage including Rosso Arancio Miura (solid color); Verde Scandal (solid); and Blu Tahiti (metallic).

    The Aventador exterior's homage to the Miura continues with 20"/21" Dione rims in either matt silver or gold. A metallic Miura badge on the side and black Lamborghini logo on the rear, together with a limited edition plate positioned inside the car clearly denominates the Aventador Miura Homage.

    Two internal color options are offered, in full Nero Ade or Terra Emilia leather with tone-on-tone stitching and carbon fiber package as standard. The Miura 50th logo is stitched into the upper part of the seats in gold or silver to reflect the car's livery, and the 'Lamborghini' lettering embroidered on the leather dashboard.

    The Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage's V12, 6.5 l engine produces 700 hp at 8,250 rpm and maximum torque of 690 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Accelerating from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in just 2.9 seconds, the Aventador Miura Homage has a top speed of 350 Km/h (217 mph).

    The Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage will be shown as part of Automobili Lamborghini's celebrations for the Miura's 50th anniversary at events during 2016, and the first time at 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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    • Yaz

      Yaz Well-Known Member

      Should have given it the Miura's headlights.
       
    • Monster

      Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

      What a way to tarnish the Miura name. This is where Lamborghini takes the inspiration from
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      • Padi

        Padi Active Member

        Looks surprisingly good! Just don't think it earns the homage name through practically just a new paintjob. Like Yaz said, should've at least changed the headlights.
         
      • slicknick

        slicknick Active Member

        Doesn't do it for me, just like any Winkelmann-era Lambo ... A shame really, because the Miura is an absolute legend
         
      • Beemer B773ER

        Beemer B773ER Well-Known Member

        Umm srsly? ...that's no Muira homage. Not even close.
         
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        • Monster

          Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

          At the moment, Lamborghini has no idea of how to create brand value, the core products are great, but unfortunately these days people want more than that, and at this level people want to see real substance, such as Ferrari, Porsche and Mclaren. These guys are all competing at the highest level of motor sport, so when they release new cars, people genuinely believe that what they are buying is the best they can get and it is worth the price.

          Meanwhile Lamborghini is busy re-bodying the Aventador and finding different color schemes to apply on their cars.
           
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          • slicknick

            slicknick Active Member

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            • Ervin Humes

              Ervin Humes New Member

              I agree with you @Monster, but whatever it is I really like a Lamborghini. According to me no other company can compete Lamborghini in terms of color combination. I have seen a blue color Lamborghini last week being transported in the trailer of a car transport company. The car was looking amazing.
               
            • slicknick

              slicknick Active Member

              No denying that they offer pretty special color combos... Just that we as car enthusiasts wish the cars themselves were as special as the Lambos of the olden days
               
            • shonguiz

              shonguiz Well-Known Member

              Aventador is a nice car but this hommage is a joke.
               
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              • Mr Robert

                Mr Robert Global Moderator Staff Member

                Simply doesn't cut it. It's a paintjob. Had this been from an owner, fine... but as it stands, it's nothing but something going wrong in the marketing department.

                This isn't what I imagined when I saw that title.
                 
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                • Centurion

                  Centurion Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

                  Aventador Iron Man Homage would have been a more fitting name.
                   
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                  • SDNR

                    SDNR Well-Known Member

                    Great post. I wonder to what degree is Porsche the problem for Lamborghini.
                    I can't help thinking, at this point, Lamborghini would be much better off in the capable hands of BMW.
                     
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                    • Mr Robert

                      Mr Robert Global Moderator Staff Member

                      The brand could very well be up for grabs when VW has to pay itself out of the tricky emmissions situation.
                       
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                      • Thiago

                        Thiago Active Member

                        Beautiful tribute (y)
                         
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                        • rs271

                          rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

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                          • Monster

                            Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

                            Drove pass the Lamborghini Aventador Miura sitting at the showroom, in the launch color spec. The gold lower side skirt really don't belong to the red/orange color.
                             
                          • A.P.

                            A.P. Member

                            Got some bad news, Lambo will keep pushing out 2 special edition cars per year (2016 had This and Avio) until the SUV starts deliveries to customers.

                            I don`t get why only Lambo gets shit for doing this though. Mclaren equally slaps on new liveries on their 650/570 and soon 720Ss and limits the production as if it was something very, very special, when its just the same car. They even do it on their really special models like the 675LT and P1.
                            You don`t see Lambo making SV Carbon Series or SV LMs each day lol.

                            Not saying they never did though. We all remember Gallardo days, don`t we?
                            Though I would say Ferrari beat them all this year:
                            http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ferrar...tes-70th-anniversary-with-70-iconic-paintjobs
                             
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                            • Monster

                              Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

                              The real issue I have is that a company simply don't use the name of their most famous model and slap it onto a different car, spray on some gold paint and call it a "homage"
                               
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