Driven by eccentricity both on and off the pitch, Mario Balotelli customized one of his cars from end to end, but the result was not what he expected. He walks in and finds out what we’re talking about.
mario balotelli He is one of the most controversial footballers of this century. Born in Italy but of African roots, from youth categories he stood out for his immense talent and particular styles of hairstyles that bordered on the eccentric. Currently his career is not going through its best moment and he lives in the Adana Demirspor, a Turkish Super League club.
From different European media he has been linked to teams from the Spanish League and some from the English Premier League, but the truth is that the Italian striker seems to end his years of football in one of the most exotic leagues on the planet. Until solving his sporting future, Balotelli follows his own and dedicates himself to publishing each of his occurrences on his social networks that win him the favor of his millions of followers.
In one of his latest posts on Instagram, the Palermo-born striker showed off the gangsta-style customization of his Volkswagen Beetle. ‘Super Mario’ not only risked changing from end to end a car that does not exceed 10 thousand euros, but also gave it his personal stamp by changing the simplistic bodywork for a much more current one.
The result was a Volkswagen with graffiti all over its body which many cataloged as “shameful” for erasing the essence of some models that stand out for their simplicity of design. However, if something characterizes the Italian soccer player, it is his ability to break with the established molds in any field.
This Volkswagen known as Type 1 was produced from 1938 to 2003 by the German manufacturer based in Wolfsburg. Its success led it to be the flagship of the brand for several decades, and according to the latest reports offered from Germany, since it was put up for sale, 21 million units were sold throughout the world.