The paint is heavy and the door handles are almost lost in the heavy paint. Theres some wavyiness & orange peel too.
The tampos on the car look decent.
The gaps are slightly off in places, but not too much. The trunk , engine cover & doors open (also note, they're all diecast unlike some of the other high end manufacturers). The emblems & side markers are tampos, which are done very well. The doors have the newer hinge style , instead of the dog legs. The front trunk opens but theres nothing there, just more black plastic. The "wire mesh" grills are nothing but solid plastic, Idon't think it'd be too hard to cut these pieces out and put actual wire mesh there.
If you like grey interiors, this is the car for you, everything is grey. The only tampos in the interior are the instrument gauges , shifter gate, seat belt holder(but no seat belts), tip of the e-brake & the buttons for the A/C. Then theres the softball sized gear shifter :? . Not much detail in the interior overall, some paint would go along way. Very toyish interior. Maisto can do better.
The wheels & tires are nicely done. The brake discs are chrome plated and the black calipers with "Lamborghini" script are molded in. The brakes don't turn with the wheels.
At least the engine is a seperate assembly then in the 350Z. Detail is ok , but they could've added more. The exhaust is chrome plated and the trans pan & trans cooler are molded into the chassis. The suspension works & detail is OK .
AUTOart has one that is much better(although at 3 times the price)
If you need a Gallardo RIGHT NOW, here it is, its not bad. If you can wait for a better version, wait for the AUTOart. This car should be easy enough to find for $10-15.
The only reason I bought this is because , like the 350Z, this will become another police car. I'm not too fond of the new direction of design that the Audis...oops...Lamborghinis are going in .