Hot Wheels Lamborghini Gallardo – LP 570-4 Superleggera (Yellow)

The Lamborghini Gallardo was Lamborghini’s best-selling sports car from 2003 until it was replaced by Huracan in 2014. Lamborghini released the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera back in 2010. It was the lightest of all Lamborghini range with the extensive use of carbon fiber inside and outside of the supercar.

Source: Tom Hartley


Hot Wheels produced two models casting of Lamborghini Gallardo in 1/64 scale. They are the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera.

For Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera, Hot Wheels released the first version in 2011. Up to this year, there is a total of 14 numbers of Hot Wheels versions of the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera released in 1/64 scale.

We have here is the dark yellow color version released in 2016 under the Gran Turismo series. The bonnet has a tampo number ’57’. Lamborghini logo is visible at the nose of the bonnet. The front has two detailed headlights, front bumper grille in trapezoidal form and splitter similar to the road going car.


Through the dark tinted windscreen, black interiors can be seen. The dashboard, steering wheel and car seats are visible. The top view makes the black spoiler looks curvy.


Side views show tampo number ’57’, black stripes and detailed air scoop intake grilles. Wheels are black PR5.


Front quarter views from right and left angles.


Rear quarter views from left and right angles.


Detailed taillights with ‘Lamborghini’ tampo in between them can be seen from the rear view. Visible here are also the rear diffusers, rear grille, black spoiler and exhausts.


A closer view of the translucent engine bay from rear to front.


The base is made of plastic in black color. It is “Made in Thailand”.


With sunset coming on, our Hot Wheels Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera is enjoying the beautiful view by the beach now. Time to chill 🙂


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  1. If you can’t afford to own the real thing, then why not get the toy version. I can’t say I am thrilled with the colour though, but the darker yellow is definitely better than the lighter one.

    Love the tinted windows and the shape of the car though – really aerodynamic.

    Fantastic attention to detail here, especially on the aerial view of the car where you see the translucent engine bay. The back view with the tail lights, rear grill, spoiler and exhausts are really miniturised well. 

    I definitely wouldn’t let my nephew near this one until he is older, as this is truly a collector piece.

    • Hi, Michel. Really appreciate for dropping by. There will be more collectibles out there for your nephew by the time he gets older ☺️ 

      Cheers, Rac

  2. As a child I was always interested in cars,as we didn’t have one,and I started collecting “Dinky”cars, which were the equivalent of Hotwheels or Matchbox,and had quite a collection.

    I have always been interested in racing, and was a fan of Jaguar, which was the luxury car of my day,there were quite a few around in my youth.

    Later I followed F1 racing, and was keen on Ferrari, driven by Michael Schumacher, until his retirement.

    Lamborghini has always been an iconic car, especially with it’s unorthodox design, with carbon fibre body,and engine design and placement which was ahead of it’s time, and the competition.

    • Hi, Robert. Wow. Your Dinky collections would have worth a lot by now. It’s rare 😉

       Cheers, Rac

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