Yianni Charalambous divides viewers with new ‘game changing’ chrome turquoise vinyl wrap on his Lamborghini

YIANNI Charalambous, a North London business owner, has broken the Internet again with another colourful supercar.

This time, the Cypriot car customiser has put the clients to one side and has decided to change up his £300,000 Lamborghini Aventador S.

His staff must be fed up with stripping the car now, as this is Yianni’s fifth wrap on this car alone – previously it’s been chrome red, matte purple and matte black.

Yianni’s new wrap. Photo: @Y14NNY / Instagram

Once, to mark reaching 1,000,000 subscribers on YouTube, Yianni’s staff had the task of adding thousands of profile pictures to the exterior of the Italian supercar.

But what could Yianni possibly do now that he hasn’t done already? – That’s it, wrap his car in a colour that’s brand new, something no one else has.

With the help of HEXIS UK, Yianni opted for a ‘chrome turquoise’ – a colour that (at time of print) has never been placed on a car.

After the work was complete, Yianni shared a picture on Instagram to his 1.1million followers with the caption: “Game changer.. Completed!”

One fan replied: “This is undoubtedly the best wrap on your Aventador to date!

“Probably the best I have seen on any car.”

Another said: “Possibly the best colour to come out of the shop.

“Between that and chrome rose gold.”

One user joked: “Definitely won’t lose it in Tesco car park on the bank holiday weekend.”

Although not everyone’s a fan, someone said: “Not to sure on this colour, think the black and red looked way better.”

At the end of Yianni’s big YouTube reveal, he said: “So there it is. Wow. Unbelievable. Mind-blowing. It’s a special colour, it’s not been done before.

“I’ve never seen it been done before, I’m hoping that I’m one of one in the UK, it’s a brand new colour that’s just come out from HEXIS.

“I’m not here to promote any sort of vinyl company – but this is a special chrome.

“I’ve put chrome on my cars so many times in the past, but this is a real mirror, you usually get this effect with a silver chrome.

“But this is unbelievable, I can’t wait to get it in the sun.”

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