Andermatt was a relatively unknown village for a long time. Isolated by numerous mountain passes from civilization, it was this very isolation that Egyptian entrepreneur Samih Sawiris saw as his opportunity. He built a vacation resort for the super-rich, and over time, other hotels were also established. Today, Andermatt has become a hotspot for wealthy individuals with cool cars.
What made Andermatt even more famous were the various events that took place there. Particularly noteworthy was the famous Supercars Owner Circle, which used to be held in Andermatt every year until a few years ago. Time and again, we get to witness the most incredible cars. In the past, vehicles like the McLaren P1, 918 Spyder, Pagani Huayras, and numerous Bugattis, including the La Voiture Noire, have been spotted.
This time, an awe-inspiring Lamborghini Miura in a beautiful dark red was seen in an underground garage. The Lamborghini Miura remains one of the most beautiful Lambos of its era. Its lines and timeless design blend perfectly. The Lamborghini Miura made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show in 1966. The P400 S, also known as the Miura S, was introduced in 1968 as an improved version of the original Miura P400. The Miura P400 S is equipped with a 4.0-liter V12 engine that produces 370 horsepower (273 kW) at 7,700 rpm. This engine was renowned for its performance and impressive sound. The Miura P400 S could reach a top speed of approximately 280 km/h, making it one of the fastest production cars of its time.
This Lamborghini Miura is, by the way, in excellent collector's condition. It has either been meticulously restored or has seen very little use over the past 50 years. The paint shines like that of a new car, and even the headlights look brand new.
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