Nowadays, almost all supercars and sports cars are offered in both coupe and convertible guises. Interestingly however, arguably the world’s first supercar, the Lamborghini Miura was never offered to the public as a droptop variant. The only Lamborghini Miura Roadster in existence is a one-off which was created for the 1968 Brussels Auto Show and only seen out in public on a handful of occasions since. Most recently, the eye-catching Miura Roadster was put on display at Techno Classica 2015 in Essen, Germany.
Finished in an eye-catching shade of light blue, the Lamborghini Miura Roadster was most recently purchased in 2006 by a New York real estate developer by the name of Adam Gordon. Alongside the blue paint, it features a number of gloss black accents like the air vents on the bonnet as well as the unique headlight surrounds.
Making the Lamborghini display at Techno Classica 2015 all the more amazing was the fact that a bright red Lamborghini Veneno Roadster was displayed alongside the Miura.