458 Italia GT2 is LEGO set 75908-1. It has a score of 89. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 11 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 17.89% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Speed Champions.
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When i first wrote a review for this product, i was mostly upset about the condition of the box. I DO NOT man the shipping box, i mean the ACTUAL box with the Lego Logo on it. If you collected these guys, you would have cried, and that is EXACTLY why i was upset. However, after giving it to my uncle for Christmas anyways and apologizing PROFUSELY for its condition, i have heard from my aunt that this had inspired him to stay building Lego sys again like he used to as a child. His collector items are still packaged, but he buys others to put together, which is something he hasn't done in years. In a way, this damaged box awoken his inner child!! That is why i am raising my review from 3 to 4 stars.
I have always been a fan collecting cars and all and have been waiting a long time for this to come. :) real life like cars where the LEGO minifigures race them. Now cause of this I'm looking into building a custom Speedway for the cars. The Mercedes helps you how to build a Stage point in a garage, the Start and finish line from the Porsche 991 set can be added, and many other things too. I am really looking forward in seeing LEGO continue this Speed Champion franchise for a long time. Maybe even throw in a poll of what cars people would like to see. Heck maybe even add Nascar or WRC cars.
The set is very recognizable to its real-life counterpart. The stickers really bring out the set as a whole and is pretty much needed for this vehicle. Fans of sports car racing will most likely pick this set up as it makes a great display piece.
Playability is great, especially if you have more cars, the colours are great, and the stickers are worth it. There are some nice parts, but where it gets let down is the shape of the car. It's just a little too blocky for a Ferrari. It just needs to be wider!
Very good representation of the actual car, easily converted to road going version from race.
If you're an auto-head and/or a Ferrari fan, this set and the Speed Champions theme is probably a godsend. If you're a casual motoring enthusiast like me, there's still a lot to like with this LEGO model and is a worthy addition to any LEGO City (despite its larger than usual scale) needing a little bit of motoring flair.
In my view this is the best of the four. It's hard to pinpoint exactly why but I suspect the mass of stickers helps, even though I don't normally apply them. Whether I'll have this view in two years time when they may have peeled and left the model in a mess remains to be seen. The designers have done a pretty good job of replicating the look of the real car and it's recognisable as what it's supposed to be which, at this scale, is an achievement in itself.