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Rendered Modern Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Is Sinister

Self-taught artist’s rendering of a “new” Lamborghini Miura has all the right moves


  • The Miura is the original supercar.

  • Therefore, it’s not a car that can easily be “tweaked”.

  • This rendering does it justice, however.


The Lamborghini Miura that, among all car supercar fans, needs no introduction. It set the tone for what was to become a new wave of poster-perfect expensive supercars. It’s difficult to improve on perfection and the beauty of the rendering is that it doesn’t attempt to do so, it only brings the mid-60s car into the 21st Century.

The rendering highlights the original car’s, of which only 764 example between 1966 and 1973, extremely fluid and fast body lines. The front features “fined” headlights that sit just behind a thoroughly and appropriately large fascia. The extra aerodynamic, drawn in carbon fibre, add-ons looks perfectly at home on the Miura, as do the huge bronze wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires.

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

The thin “A” pillars and buttresses seem lifted from the original car, as do the louvers, or one of our favorite aspects of Anderson Tomazoni’s rendering, the louvers over the rear glass. Just below are Y-shaped LED taillights that remind us of a ’70s neon sign. We also love the oversized twin centre tailpipes. The single image in which we can see the cabin features an ultra-thin steering wheel and black-on-yellow gauges.

Overall, a great effort on behalf of the artist.

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

Lamborghini Miura Carbonio Rendering | Photo: Anderson Tomazoni

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Matt St-Pierre
Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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