Lamborghini Miura Meets Huracan in Miuracan Mashup that Will Offend Purists

Lamborghini Miura Restomod Has Huracan Bodykit 1 photo
Photo: Yasid Design
Any complete automotive design manual should include at least one photo of the Lamborghini Miura. But what happens when the styling icon becomes the toy of a digital artist determined to give it a restomod take?
The answer comes from the rendering we have here, which shows a Miura that has been pixel-gifted with what can be loosely called a Huracan body kit.

The digital dreamer in question is Yasid Oozeear, whose creations we've featured on numerous occasions, with the artist's... Miuracan being one of his strongest opinion splitters to date.

Revisiting older, classic designs (and possibly ruining them) is quite fun, sometimes. This Lamborghini Miura definitely was. Decided to experiment with a "facelift", if I can call it that way, with the help of the Huracan. Obviously did not need any wide body on there but I have to say I am tempted to do one just for the sake of it. What kind of kits do you guys think would work on that 'Miura'?"

The question is directed towards the man's Facebook audience, so, if you're a purist and are offended by this pixel rearrangement, you should somehow prepare for the potential widebody development that might come soon.

However, more open-minded folks can think of the real-world equivalent of the Miuracan, which has already been delivered by Sant'Agata Bolognese itself. We're talking about the Asterion (the story linked here will allow you to see the two Lamborghinis together).

The concept car might have shocked us all through its hybrid propulsion, especially after climbing onto the 2014 Paris Auto Show stage in complete electric silence, but if we put that aside for a moment and focus on its styling, we can easily notice the Miura influences.

Truth be told, the Raging Bull is currently in the midst of a ferocious evolution process, but while future moves such as the introduction of the Urus SUV might trouble many, there's no real reason to fret. For instance, unlike Ferrari, Lamborghini doesn't plan for its supercar production to skyrocket (this is limited to 3,500 units per year) and that should have enough of a calming effect.
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