1970 Miura P400S by Dennis Noten

Once the Miura was out, the automotive press coined the term— the supercar. In fact the Miura wasn’t the first mid-engine car nor the first performance car, but the numbers were nothing short of impressive: 4.0-liter, transverse V12 pumping out 350hp and rocketing the beast to 60 in just six seconds. After that point, most performance cars became mere GTs.


The photos of this 1970 Miura P400S were taken by Dennis Noten (Dennisnoten.com Photography) for MILES Magazine



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