Unveiled as a prototype at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966, the Lamborghini Miura paved the way for all future mid-engined high-performance cars and arguably was the world’s first supercar. Alongside being the first, the Miura is one of the most beautiful supercars ever produced and at the time of its introduction, it was also the fastest production car in the world.
The Miura remained in production until 1973 and ultimately, a total of 764 were produced. As there was no supercar tuning industry at the time, you’d be hard pressed to find a Miura anywhere in the world installed with aftermarket parts. Thanks to the wonders of photoshopping however, artist Khyzyl Saleem has rendered a widebody Miura drift car looking insanely aggressive.
Saleem started with a Miura SV for his rendering and has transformed it with wide and fat wheels and tyres, flared gloss black wheel arches, a rear-mounted intercooler and dropped suspension. Its tailpipes have also been relocated to exit from where the right taillight would usually reside and adding to the apocolyptic theme, part of the rear has been burnt and melted.