The best Lamborghini Hot Wheels has ever done is in the latest batch of Entertainment, and how great are the 6-spoke Real Riders?

And how long is that blog title? At least I got all that I wanted into the title.

Because, yes, the Dr Strange Lamborghini is, to me, the best Lamborghini Hot Wheels has done. And they have done some good ones, but not this good. I kind of figured that when I saw it at the Hot Wheels Convention last year, but now in hand in my collection? Absolutely.

And that Advan Acura ain’t too shabby either. All part of the latest batch of Entertainment. And it seemed a good time to look at all the models that are sporting the new “TE37-inspired” 6-spoke. As much as love the JDM 4-spokes, the 6-spokes are the most significant wheel in the Real Rider arsenal, as they allow for so many more good castings to go premium and look correct.

Enjoy the video:

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7 thoughts on “The best Lamborghini Hot Wheels has ever done is in the latest batch of Entertainment, and how great are the 6-spoke Real Riders?

  1. The new six spoke real riders are incredible cheap looking in chrome.

    They look good in other colors, but not when chrome plated.

    1. I completely agree. They are stellar in other colors but look terribly cheap in chrome. The one exception is on this lambo. They really seem to work here. Otherwise i don’t care for the chrome version at all.

      1. I don’t even think that they look that good on the Lambo. The 6-spokes look good on most modern cars… except in chrome. It looks very cheap and it doesn’t fit the car at all.

  2. Awesome entertainment cars you open up and you reviewed congrats. 👍They’re all my favorites. 👍I will be on the hunt for all 5 of those and I can’t wait to add all 5 of those to my hotwheels collection. 👍 And the new 6 spoke real riders wheels are the best ones so far.👍I like them also.👍

  3. I wish Mattel would stop spoiling good castings with stupid larger back wheels too, but will they listen……I very much doubt it ! These cars are nice, but as we won’t see them in the UK there’s no point in getting too excited about them, but thanks anyway John.

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