This is yet another slot car I passed on when first released. I am just not a big fan of these modern supercars and the first presentation version in green certainly did not increase my appeal. That was then. This is NOW.
Although the Gulf scheme is part of the reason for my renewed interest, it was the feedback from other enthusiasts that really changed my mind. The reports of the on track performance had me anxiously awaiting my turn at the controls.
|Weight||Height||Length||Width||Wheelbase||Front Track||Rear Track||Motor||Configuration/Gearing|
|85g||35 MM||144 MM||65 MM||84.50 MM||64 MM||64 MM||17,000 RPM|| AW
Under the case are parts for the chassis and of course on top is your patch. The round caps are for the chassis to install for chassis flex adjustment. The side pods are for if you went inline using a Slot.it pod. You will need to add screws for the caps which seems odd that they were not included. Also of note is the decals for the car. Tire side markings and the actual Lamborghini logos. Little wonder this car is labeled as a “LB H GT3”.
As far as I am concerned, they did a nice job on the outside. The colors and design just work on this car better than I thought.