Lamborghini Miura was introduced in 1966, and it was the car that changed automotive history forever. The name made Lamborghini famous worldwide. Now, Miura is one of the most sought after rides. It was made in Sant’Agata with prices well into 7 figures.

Lamborghini Miura returns to Spain

As part of the Lamborghini Miura 50th anniversary, the Lambo museum’s yellow SV got fired up again, and went to Lora del Rio, the home of the Miura family.

The Miura family’ was founded 175 years ago and is one of the oldest “ganaderías”–bull breeding farms– in Spain. If you’d like to know why Ferruccio Lamborghini decided to use a bull as his logo and name all his cars after famous breeds from the Miur, now you have it. Back in 1966, Ferruccio himself drove to Spain to introduce his first mid-engined car to Don Miura.

Eduardo and Antonio Miura, run the farm now. They are the sons of Don Eduardo. Besides that, not much has changed in this historic part of Andalusia, except that those bright colored Aventadors and Huracáns may look even more furious when surrounded by the bulls now than the Miura did back in 1966.

The bright yellow Miura SV was joined by a silver Aventador Superveloce, a yellow Aventador, a blue Aventador Superveloce Roadster, both green and red Huracans, and an orange Huracan Spyder . These seven Bulls drove 600km from Madrid to Lora del Rio to meet the Miura family on their farm.