This 1973 Lamborghini Miura 'Sprinto Veloce' SV is considered to be the last Miura built by the factory. The radically redesigned SV was introduced with wider rear suspension and revised wishbones that added 1.5 inches to the overall length, subtly altering the Miura's profile. The car was delivered to Ferruccio Lamborghini's friend Gianfranco Innocenti, who requested several changes, including a motore potenziato, an 'even more powerful' factory-tuned version of the SV's 3.9-liter V12 engine and no air conditioning. After several Italian owners, it was acquired by Swiss Lamborghini Club President and Lamborghini importer Max Bobnar, who drove the SV for only 50 kilometers (30 miles). He sold the car to Swedish collector Sven Arvidsson before it was purchased by the current owner in 1998.