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UPDATE: Widebody Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR Looks So Flat

"A widebody on a Miura... but why?" this question is only normal when one comes across a contraption such as the one we have here. Nevertheless, before we dive any deeper into this matter, allow me to point out we're dealing with a mere rendering, so no actual Raging Bulls were hurt in the making of these images.
Widebody Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR rendering 7 photos
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And the widebody is just a part of the modding process this Sant'Agata Bolognese toy was subjected to. For one thing, the car also comes with a rear wing mounted before the engine cover in a nod to the original (more on this below).

Then there's the uber-stanced nature of the build, with the extreme camber angle and the microscopic ground clearance, which has to do with the artist's idiosyncrasy more than everything else.

Speaking of which, this Lambo was virtually modded by Khyzyl Saleem and here's what the pixel wielder had to say about the work (actually, this is a reply to a comment): "I do whatever I feel like doing and making at the time. I love camber and I love Stretched tires on cars that require it and on those you wouldn't really expect to see them on. That's why I enjoy making my renders, I can make cars look how I want to. And that's why I do a mixture of everything,"

And while the said cambej job is beyond me, understanding the aero package of the machine isn't all that difficult.

For one thing, this could be a rendered taking the most extreme factory Miura in the world, namely the Jota SVR (check it out in the gallery above), to the next level.

The Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR, which was fully restored by Lamborghini's Polo Storico department, is basically a toy that Lamborghini upgraded to race-ready spec after the owner asked for this and brought some of his own parts to be thrown into the mix - the one-off is currently in California for Pebble Beach, as you'll notice in the Instagram post at the bottom of the page.

The idea is that the aesthetically pure Miuras we all love develop front end lift and need some help before they can deliver proper stopwatch performance, with the Jota SVR being the epitomy of this. Of course, that machine doesn't feature the drop-and-camber nonsense featured on this virtual Lamborghini and, sadly, also on the machine described below.

If you consider this render extreme, you should check out the real-world Liberty Walk Miura, albeit with this fortunately being a replica.

PS: It seems the embedding of the render post no longer works in certain cases, so you might need to head over to Instagram via the link below, since the screenshot above shows just one of the angles of the contraption.

PPS: Here's the Miura Jota SVR delivering a delicious V12 soundcheck on the green grass of Pebble Beach.


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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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