Review:Nifeliz Mini GT Sports Car


Hello everyone, this is Karla. 

Today I gonna be sharing with you Nifeliz Mini GT Sports Car. 

The original version of this set is designed by firas_legocars. He designed it according to the 2005 Ford GT40. Firas is best at building all kinds of high simulation vehicle models, such as 2005 Ford GT, Rolls Royce phantom and so on. The most famous model is the 2005 Ford GT. Thia work has been uploaded to many international websites and magazines.

Nifeliz Mini GT Sports Car consists of 928 easy-installation parts. This 1:14 scale GT race car model features detailed replicated shape, many open design etc. You can find other details when you build it. Hope you like it!

Now, let’s get into the topic.


Nifeliz has changed the previous style. The pattern on the color box is no longer just the brand logo, but the pattern of this kit is designed on it, which looks good.

The Nifeliz Mini GT Sports Car set includes an instruction book. This is a clear instruction book. In addition, the set also has a sticker. It looks great.

What's more, Nifeliz contact information is available at the bottom of the first page of the instruction book. This allows us to ask for helping if we encounter difficulties in building. Although it may not be used in the end, it was very useful for us to contact them.

All parts of this set are divided according to steps.
Section 1 - 5 No. 1 bags

Section 2- 4 No. 2 bags

Section 3 - 2 No. 3 bags

This set has a total of 14 bags, including two universal bags without number. One of the bags contains four wheels and tires.


First of all, we started to build the chassis. But now we still can't see what the structure is. We keep going down.

There are other colors in places we can't see. In addition, I like this way of building from the chassis.

Under the driver's seat, the creator uses three slope bricks to simulate clutch, accelerator and brake pedals. But I feel that the color here is a little single.

The shift lever on the center console is a little monotonous.

An engine was simulated in this place to make it closer to the real car.

The round lamp at the back of the car is very distinctive. That's the end of the first part. 

Start the build of the Section 2.
This is build of transparent bricks, which looks good.

Build of the rear cover.

The next step is to build the seat, replicated real seat.

Perforated seats is a feature of Ford GT.

The roof of the car is connected to the body by several larger bricks.

The doors are quite thick, but the details are unambiguous.

Assemble it!

Next, the third section is built.
The first is the construction of the cab, which is a little simple.

Next is the build of the front of the car. We first build the angle of the front of the car, and then continue to build, and complete the front of the car.

The color of the car cover looks good.


Manually opening doors

Opening Hood 

V6 engine

Opening Trunk

Replicated Headlights 



Pieces: all the pieces are from the highest quality we can get. And in terms of hand feel, they are basically the same as LEGO brick. Basically, there is nothing to be picky about.

Appearance: height restores the appearance of the real car.

Structure: due to the pursuit of appearance restoration, there is a little gap between the door frame and windshield, which is somewhat frustrating.

On the whole, it is a good set worth trying. Although there are some small flaws, but fortunately, it doesn't affect the overall appearance.

Anyway, thank you for your reading.

The above is today’s sharing, thank you!


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  2. Cool! I would like to see a 1969 Ford Shelby GT40 MK II technic by nifeliz! It would be great since that black Ford GT40 is my favorite GT40 :D good review!


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