There are also Lamborghini car shows to see even more of them
While Lamborghini is about to debut the Centenario Roadster during Monterey Car Week, the British public can see its hardtop sibling for the first time at Salon Privé from September 1 through 3. For those who prefer classic Lambos, a one-off Miura Roadster and the restored Miura SV from the 1971 Geneva Motor Show will also be at the posh event in Oxfordshire, England.
Lamborghini is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Miura all year, and Salon Privé marks a major British portion of the birthday festivities. The Lamborghini PoloStorico heritage division spent a year restoring the green 1971 Miura SV (above) for this anniversary and debuted the result of the team’s hard work at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. Lambo meant the car as a one-off for the Geneva show, the design combined elements from the contemporary Miura S with touches eventually for the production SV.
PoloStorico will also bring the Miura Roadster to Salon Privé. Nuccio Bertone penned the open-top design, and Lambo showed it at several auto shows. Several private owners kept it through the years, but now the special vehicle often sits in the automaker’s museum.
There should be a lot of Lamborghinis to see at Salon Privé because the marque also has a dedicated class at the event’s Concours d’Elégance, including over 10 Miuras. Another show during the event will also have a dedicated Diablo category with 10 cars on display, including a VT Roadster and VT Final Edition.
There’s a little more Lambo love, too, because attendees can test drive the rear-wheel drive Huracán LP580-2 and all-wheel drive LP 610-4 Spyder. The 15-mile (24 kilometre) test-drive course should be fun in either member of this pair.
Source: Salon Privé