Ferrari F8 Tributo is LEGO set 76895-1. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 14.92% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Speed Champions.
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If I were reviewing this solely on Alessandro's hair it would be a 6 stars out of 5. It truly pains me that I have to knock one star off though for reasons I will explain down below...It's because Alessandro's hair is so damn amazing the damn top of the car can't close when he's sitting in it with his magnificent hair on (see attached picture)!!! Also, if you swap his hair out, which I'm not sure why you would even want to do that, and put on his helmet the roof BARELY closes all the way. My final gripe would be that the doors do not open/close.Outside of that though, the car has amazing detail and was a very fun build. I love the overall size of the car and highly, highly recommended it to fans of Ferrari cars in general as well as fans of spectacular hair.- Spooky
I absolutely LOVE the 8 stud wide design of these new Speed Champions vehicles. Sure it doesn't fit in with a city layout because they are two wide; but these will be displayed on a shelf or cabinet for sure. The 8 stud wide design allows so much extra detail without using stickers! They're are still stickers in the set, but only a couple and they are easily left off if you don't care for stickers. I have one thing that I'd love to see in the future with these vehicles and that would be to have printed headlights on the piece OR brick built headlights. Otherwise, Lego did an EXCELLENT job on this set and this whole 2020 Speed Champions line!
This really is a beautiful model of a beautiful car. The additional two studs of width, together with the modern parts palette of curved slopes, quarter-circle tiles, and 1x1 brackets, have enabled the designers to capture the graceful lines of the car pretty much perfectly. Speed Champions used to be a line of toy cars: in most cases, bearing only a passing resemblance to their real-life counterparts. What we have now are realistic scale models. This is just about as good a LEGO model as you're going to get at this scale.