Engineered in secret by Lamborghini designers, the Miura sports coupe revolutionized the auto industry with its high-performance, high-speed sophistication. The car's "Miura" moniker was derived from a type of fighting bull. The bull became so identified with Lamborghini that became a permanent fixture of the brand's logo. A total of 764 Miura models were produced from 1966-1973. In honor of its importance to the Lamborghini brand, the Miura was briefly resurrected as a concept car in 2006. Kit features four rubber tires and an acetate sheet for creating side windows.