KSI’s Sick Lamborghini Gets A Stunning Purple Tron Wrap

If you were 21 years old, had almost 9 million YouTube subscribers, millions of dollars, and all the free time in the world, what would you do? What kind of car would you drive? What restaurants would you go to? KSI is in that exact position, and judging from the awesome wrap he applied to his Lamborghini Aventador LP700, he isn’t short on baller ideas for what to do with his money.

YouTube Money And Lamborghinis

KSI didn’t plan on living the life that most of us dream of. Though he has become a successful entrepreneur, investing in his own businesses and trying to get into the acting scene, it all started with him making YouTube videos of what he loved doing: playing Fifa.

After opening his YouTube account on July 24th, 2009, he posted his first video. The first upload was just Fifa gameplay, but he quickly developed his voice and began commentating. Before long, his small audience had become a thriving community of fans that appreciated KSI’s taste in video games as much as his personality.

That large and thriving community has made it possible for KSI to buy plenty of toys, including this Lamborghini. He’s also the proud owner of a beautiful apartment with a stellar view of London. As KSI puts it, the best part about being a YouTuber is being able to work how you want, when you want, being able to travel, and essentially being free to live life that way you want. One of the ways KSI wants to live his life is by owning really sick car.

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To make that car even sicker, KSI entrusted his orange Lamborghini Aventador to the talented guys over at the Yiannimize unit for a full makeover involving a purple chrome wrap with the factory orange paint exposed in all of the right places. The results? An undeniably unique and attention-grabbing look. Check out this video of how the guys did the wrap, as well as part 2 where the man himself takes delivery of his bae.

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