Renowned Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner has been blowing our minds for years with his images of deconstructed cars for exhibitions like Disintegrating and Disintegrating II. Each of the final pieces was created over a course of months with thousands of shots of scale models and what we imagine is an amount of patience most people don’t possess. He went way bigger for the latest iteration of the series by using a real car. And not just any car. Disintegrating X is a blown up 1972 Lamborghini Miura Super Veloce–aka one of the most gorgeous cars ever produced. As Oefner tells it, “One day, a friend said to me, ‘I have a Miura and I’m having it restored. Why don’t you take the opportunity to create one of your disintegrating images?'” (We need new friends.) Oefner jumped at the chance and traveled to the Lamborghini factory in Italy to photograph the complete restoration over a period of two years. The final exploded image of the Miura SV you see here involved more than 2,500 photographs and no, the Miura was not harmed in the process.