Lamborghini Just Gorgeously Recreated A Scene From 'The Italian Job' in the Swiss Alps - Maxim

Lamborghini Just Gorgeously Recreated A Scene From 'The Italian Job' in the Swiss Alps

Check out the Italian brand's original supercar looking beautifully badass.
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The star of 1969's super-stylish heist flick The Italian Job may not have been Michael Caine after all, but rather the gorgeous Lamborghini Miura seen in this iconic opening scene.

So nearly half a century later—and just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Miura's debut at the 1966 Geneva Motor show— Lamborghini lovingly photographed a pair of vintage Miuras cruising the same spot in the Alps where the scene was shot. And you know what? It still holds up.

The Miura, in case you didn't know, is widely-considered to be the world's first supercar, which is basically synonymous with being ridiculously sexy, fast, powerful and lust-worthy. The O.G. Italian supe can be seen in all its glory in the pics below, courtesy of Lamborghini.

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