If you’ve recently spotted a car with a chrome-like finish or emblazoned in camouflage print, chances are it’s been wrapped in vinyl rather than painted. Car wraps are a fast-growing trend in vehicle customization, with a North American market that is expected to reach $10.8 billion by 2025, up from $1.62 billion in 2015. Wrapping allows you to change the look of your ride without a long-term commitment. Think of it as a temporary tattoo for your car.

What Is a Car Vinyl Wrap?
A car wrap is a series of vinyl decals that are placed over the body panels of the vehicle, letting you drastically change its appearance. The design options include a standard glossy color, gradient color, matte finish, chrome metallic color, and full-on graphics treatments. The only limits are your imagination ¡ª and your budget.

Wrapping differs from a paint job in that the decals can be removed later with no impact on the existing paint, assuming the wrap was maintained correctly. More on that later.

Why Would I Wrap My Car?
If you have a favorite color that isn’t offered as an option from the factory, a car vinyl wrap can be a solution. Maybe you’ve grown tired of the color on your current leased vehicle and want a change of pace. You can throw a wrap on it, drive it for a while with the new color, then remove it before the lease is up. Finally, many businesses wrap company cars to serve as mobile advertisements.

super gloss metallic vampire red
purple car wrap
midnight purple wrap
midnight purple
liquid metal dragon blood wrap
blood red car wrap
emerald green wrap car
black rose vinyl wrap
black car wrap
color shift wrap
ruby red wrap
ruby red car wrap
brooklyn grey wrap
paint matched vinyl wrap
paint match vinyl wrap
forged carbon wrap
red carbon fiber wrap

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