PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG moves just as quickly as he does on the pitch when it comes to getting his cars wrapped.
The Arsenal striker, who has a luxury fleet of supercars, got his Lamborghini Aventador re-wrapped by the Premier League’s go-to car-customiser – Yianni Charalambos – aka Yiannimize.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Lamborghini Aventador has been re-wrapped by star customiser Yiannimize[/caption]
The Lamborghini was fitted with a chrome gold wrap and full nero kit[/caption]
Aubameyang’s car was fitted with a chrome gold wrap and full nero kit, with the end product as slick as his current form in the top flight.
He also dropped off his Lamborghini Urus to be re-wrapped at the North London garage on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old recently landed the Premier League Player of the Month gong for October.
The Gabon international scored five times in as many games, as well as contributing an assist along the way.
Aubameyang also has a gold-wrapped Range Rover Sport to his name, as well as the likes of a Porsche Panamera Turbo Techart and Ferrari 488 Spider.
The Arsenal striker is the latest in a long line of stars to add to the wall of game at Yiannimize’s North London garage[/caption]
This was how the 29-year-old car looked before the rewrap[/caption]
Charalambous has a host of big-name clients including Sergio Aguero and Bacary Sagna.
The Greek Cypriot car whizz, who was also asked to design Conor McGregor’s plane but due to time constraints had to turn it down, has his own TV show on Dave called ‘Yianni: Supercar Customiser’.
The 41-year-old entrepreneur, who spoke exclusively to SunSport earlier this year about his business, revealed on Instagram that the Gunners man had visited him to collect the masterpiece.
He said: “Nice to see @aubameyang97 tonight, he collected his Aventador and left us his Lamborghini Urus…
“He also signed the wall! #yiannimize #lamborghini #urus #wrapking #carwraps.”
The wall of fame at his garage continues to grow, with a host of stars, including Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, adding their signatures and photos to the collage.
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