There’s no doubting LeBron James is one of, if not the biggest, sports stars in the United States.
When you’ve made it that big, a garage full of supercars comes with the territory.
While a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is a notable inclusion, James’ is particularly special.
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The baller once collaborated with Nike to create the X1 “King’s Pride” floral shoes.
In return, Nike commissioned exotic car rental company Lou La View for a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster to match.
So, not only does the Los Angeles Lakers superstar have his own signature shoes from Nike, he has a custom Lamborghini with a paint job to match.
Just like James’ branded shoes, the custom Aventador Roadster boasts the same floral pattern.
The interesting thing is, thiouhg, the car’s custom wrap has added more than looks.
Stock Aventadors from around that time cost between $300,000 and $400,000 new.
Lou La Vie’s custom wrap, the story behind it, and the vehicle’s owner may have well adeed at least $300,000 to the car’s price tag were it ever to hit the market.
It’s just as well it’s a Lambrghini, because if it was a Ferrari it would be a different story.
The Italian supercar manufacturer is notoriously ultra-strict and aggressive when it comes to protecting its brand.
Not that long ago, and this is just one example, Ferrari blacklisted Justin Bieber after he painted his 458 Italia neon blue.
Other notable celebrities banned from owning a Ferrari include Chris Harris, rapper Tyga and DJ Deadmau5.
One YouTuber even bought a $400,000 Ferrari F8 just to destroy it which will have gone down like a lead balloon with the automaker, who has a reputation for filing lawsuits against people who modify their cars or don’t treat them right.