One of the fathers of the Lamborghini Miura, Paolo Stanzani, died a few days ago. This short film from isn't explicitly a tribute to the man, but it might as well be. The film, called Lamborghini, manages to sum up everything great about the Miura.
The plot is simple here–a stylish Italian man decides to take his Miura SV to get an espresso at the top of the Italian Alps. That's it. The images, and the Miura's V12, do all the talking here, and that's how it should be.
It's hard to think of a car that'd look better in this setting–the Miura was built for Alpine roads like this. Watching this, it's impossible not to get lost daydreaming, imaging you're the one behind the wheel. I mean, don't you wish your coffee runs were this spectacular?
If someone doesn't understand the appeal of the Miura, or supercars in general, show them this. This car in this setting is sheer perfection.