2014 World Cup Has Landed All over This Customised Lamborghini

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterMay 2, 2014

The World Cup is drawing ever closer, and if you weren't yet in the spirit, this Lamborghini draped in the colours of the 2014 tournament will surely get you there.

The artwork features the likes of Luis Suarez, Wesley Sneijder, Mesut Ozil and Cristiano Ronaldo in a wrap on the side of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700.

The car is the work of Yianni Charalambous, whose Twitter biography describes him as a "car supplier-customiser to the stars."

In fact, for precisely this reason, it led a newspaper to confuse the car—which Charalambous owns—as belonging to the wife of Arsenal star Bacary Sagna, model Ludivine Kadri:

The lamborghini's car is not my car its @yiannimize's car! La lamborghini n est pas ma voiture c est la voiture de @yiannimize! Merci!

— ludivine kadri sagna (@ludivinesagna) May 1, 2014

Nice article online today, a few mistakes like who owns the car 😂😂 but still decent. http://t.co/UOgCnpke1o pic.twitter.com/BU9141a6jd

— Yianni Charalambous (@yiannimize) May 1, 2014

Charalambous' company has customised cars for sportsmen like John Terry, Didier Drogba, Jack Wilshere and more, according to his website.

Sagna is on that list, of course: In fact, according to Instagram, his signature is on the World Cup car.

As if heads didn't turn enough when you see a Lamborghini on the road.

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