Who would have thought that a man who built tractors for a living would go on to build an iconic sportscar that would revolutionise the sports car industry forever! Just three years after its inception, Italian carmaker Automobili Lamborghini launched the Miura at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show. Apart from its the jaw-dropping looks, it was the first production car to have a V12 engine mounted in the middle, and it was also the world‚Äôs fastest production car in the world at the time of its debut! 50 years have passed since then, and in terms of looks at least, the Miura easily stands the test of time. Lamborghini celebrated the 50th anniversary of Miura in a Hollywood-inspired fashion. It sent two Miuras from its museum to the Great St. Bernard Pass, located at the heart of the Italian Alps to recreate the opening sequence of the 1969 cult film, ‚ÄúThe Italian Job‚ÄĚ. Feast your eyes on this glorious raging bull below.