World’s first supercar. Needs no more introduction than this.
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The Miura. The first one in a long line of mid-engined Italian cars. Arguably the prettiest one of them all too. And maybe the greatest car from the greatest era of road racing. The 60s. It was all about that body, by Bertone’s greatest design child.
Gulping down the curves. Pinterest
The designers spent hours and hours to get the blueprint right. A beautiful collection of curves, isn’t it? And there was no 15 million page rule book with 4 subdivisions and 16 indices to follow. You just doodled your heart out. And I quite like that. This meant we were treated to some breath-taking metal.
Look at it. Gandini designed it. Marcello Gandini. All alone. In just 3 months. What I find so damn cool about it is when the doors open they looked like the horns of a bull.
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