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Hot Wheels Lamborghini – Sesto Elemento Vs Huracan

For Lamborghini lovers, we had previously covered Hot Wheels Lamborghini Gallardo – LP 570-4 Superleggera (Yellow). Can’t get enough of Lamborghinis? This time we are covering Hot Wheels Lamborghini Sesto Elemento and Lamborghini Huracan plus a race between these two cars to double the fun.

 

Before the race, let’s check them out a little closer.

This metalflake gray Hot Wheels Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo was released in 2016 under the Night Burnerz series. Its front has the Lamborghini emblem with tampoed headlights.

 

Black interior is visible through the gray tinted windows / windscreen. Number 63 tampo is printed on the roof. Although not exactly the same, the number 63 is similar to the design of the 2015 Lamborghini #63 Squadra Corse Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo (a GT racing car by Lamborghini featured in Forza Motorsport 6, Forza Horizon 3 and Forza Motorsport 7).

 

Here are the left and right side views of the Hot Wheels Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo. There are number 63 tampo with red, white and blue stripes on both sides of the car. Wheels are gray 10SP.

 

A closer view of the side of the spoilers where tampo of Lamborghini name can be seen.

 

Front quarter views.

 

 

Rear quarter views.

 

Rear view. There is no detailed taillights.

 

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

 

 

This satin gray Hot Wheels Lamborghini Sesto Elemento was released in 2014 under the HW City Speed Team series. It is similar to the design of the Sesto Elemento concept on display at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Only 20 Sesto Elemento roadgoing supercars were built, being among the world’s most expensive cars ever built.

The front of the Hot Wheels Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has the Lamborghini emblem with tampoed headlights.

 

Through the black tinted windows / windscreen, red interior can be seen.

 

A clearer view of the rear deck where the V-10’s ten exhausts exit sits right in front of the spoiler.

 

Here are the left and right side views of the HW Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. Wheels are Gray TRAP5.

 

Front quarter view.

 

Rear quarter views.

 

Rear view shows tampoed taillights.

 

The base is made of plastic in gray color. It is “Made in Malaysia”.

 

Now, the two Hot Wheels Lamborghinis are ready to race. Who will win?

 

Let’s find them out in this video of the Hot Wheels Lamborghini Sesto Elemento versus Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo:

What do you think of the race? It is quite a close one isn’t it? Hope you have a fun time watching them race 😉

Which Hot Wheels Lamborghini do you think should have won? Please let us know in the comments below.

 

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8 Comments

  1. Very good-looking website and such a paradise for toy collectors I would say! These cars look pretty nice, I would be in heaven on earth if I would have this kind of collectibles available in my childhood. But even nowadays im actually more passionate about these than my 12 years old son is.  The video was also great, such of close competition whos the champion! 😀

    • Thanks, jessetoikkanen. Please feel free to browse around for more varieties of collectibles. Have fun 😊

      Cheers, Rac

  2. Hi! I liked both! But in my book, the race should be won by Lamborghini Huracan! I’m impressed with the careful emphasis on details in both models. Having the Lamborghini emblem on the front is quite cool! I also like the tiny feature on the side of the Huracan spoilers where tampo of Lamborghini name appears. The color is terrific and I also love how it looks from a front quarter view.

  3. Wow, I gonna date myself here but I can remember hot wheels from back in the 60’s when I was a kid. They were all the rage then, it’s pretty amazing to see them still going strong and producing some pretty sweet cars. It looks like the Sesto Element held out the advantage in the races. Either ride wouldn’t disappoint me…… very nice!!!!!!

    • Hi, Myles. Hot Wheels remains one of the favourite collectible item and also a toy car for fun. On the race, both Sesto Elemento and Huracán are real close racers 😄

      Cheers, Rac

  4. To be honest, I like the exterior of Lamborghini Sesto Elemento but the color and detail of Huracan is more appealing. Both cars are sleek and elegant since it’s from the Lamborghini collection. Just before the race, my bet was the Hurracan and i was not expecting that Sesto Elemento would perform better. Just a question, both Hot Wheels cars are metal flake but what’s the reason for having a plastic base? Thanks for the review. You have a great enthusiasm with Hot Wheels and i like how you research and compare these babies.

    • Hi, MissusB. I would think plastic base is due to cost factor. There are some Hot Wheels with plastic body too. 

      Cheers, Rac 

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