Of course, such pixel play might not be to the liking of those who identify as purists, but we have to keep in mind that we're talking about a mere rendering here.
Nevertheless, the updates that immediately catch the eye seem to have taken placed at the nose of the supercar. So while Sant'Agata Bolognese removed the eyelashes of the Miura by the time the SV came around, Pedro decided to added some more, as if the contraption has some sort of moustache.
As all mustaches (and the original Miura eyelashes), these seem to look nice from a distance, but would probably be rather unpleasant to zoom in on.
It's worth noting that the designer decided to keep the sci-fi look given by LED lighting to a minimum, so he deserves a round of applause for not going down that easy route.
Then again, we can't ignore the sides of the vehicle, where those Huracan-like air intakes and wheels can be found.
Now, returning to those purists mentioned above, they have to keep in mind that not all factory Miuras came with the uninterrupted lines of the original...
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