This rare 1968 Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR, a tribute to the legendary Miura Jota, . Painted in a coat of red paint, this Miura has spent 40 years of its life in Japan and has been fully restored within the last three years.
The Jota (pronounced "hota" or "J" in Spanish) wasn't any regular Miura. The Jota was developed by famed test driver, engineer, and mechanic Bob Wallace to be the purest version of the Miura ever. It was lighter and more powerful that the standard Miura and had a dry sump version of the V12 engine. There was only one ever made, and it was crashed and destroyed in 1972.
This Miura Jota SVR is an extremely rare Miura that has been given the Jota treatment, including the appropriate rear wing, fenders, and the same dry-sump that was found in the original Jota.
Originally finished in Germany, the car then made its way to Japan, just in time for the supercar boom. Bingo Sports World claims that this is the most famous Jota SVR in Japan.
With only approximately 2,028 miles on the clock, the price for this gorgeous Miura is available upon request.