Introduced in January 1969, the Miura P400S featured a more potent (370bhp) engine and could be easily distinguished from its predecessor by its broader tires. Notable enhancements included a quieter transmission, electric windows, improved interior fittings, leather trim, and a rerouted exhaust system, providing space for a larger luggage compartment.
In later Series II iterations, ventilated brake discs were incorporated, significantly reducing fade. Approximately 140 P400S units were manufactured before the arrival of the SV version in 1971. The original P400 effectively concluded its production with the introduction of the ‘S’ variant, with just over 470 of these remarkable cars produced. The ‘S’ model, however, was more limited, with only 140 examples leaving the factory between 1969 and 1971.