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Miura was a Brazilian car company that was founded in 1975 and disbanded in 1992, when the market turned its attention more towards imported vehicles. After its founding, the company began to call itself Besson, Gobbi S.A, but it continued to be referred to by the name during its launch.

Miura focused on the production of sports cars, which were usually equipped with mechanicals from Volkswagen models and mounted with fibreglass bodies of the company's own design on tubular chassis. The Brazilian company pioneered the introduction of the anti-lock braking system (ABS) in 1990.

Despite having closed in 1992, Miura continued to receive orders until 1997, when the selling of the BG-Truck CD ceased.

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