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|21st February 2008, 12:56||#46|
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dont know if the miura will really make it to the production stages or even if it does will it have the same effect the original miura did. i doubt it. lets hope they can recreate the magic which was associated with the original miura.
|21st February 2008, 15:11||#47|
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The new Miura seems nice, but is nothing compared to the one of yore, the old Miura even today holds a mystical aura about it, it is the embodiment of class, style and speed.
But the new Miura is unlikely to reached production, as the CEO of Lamborghini was quoted as saying 'The Miura was a celebration of our history, but Lamborghini is about the future. Retro design is not what we are here for. So we won’t do the Miura.'
Only time will tell though.
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