We would like to present our first full car wrap project.
VW Polo wrapped with Matte Orange.The Roof, B-pillars and window sills get a Gloss Black Treatment.
The Headlamps have been given a different design treatment. Inspired by the Euro-spec Version of the Headlamp, this has a combination of Matte Black finish with a strong silver treatment to the Y-Shape element. This combination of black and silver provides a very good contrast and gives an aggressive look to the headlamp. An Orange trim lines up with the GTi grille to complete the overall theme.
Both the front and rear logo get gloss back treatment. The front logo has orange accents.
Thoughtful Orange Accents run throughout the car to compliment the overall design theme
The drivers side ORVM features a bar code design; trademark of IDE|AutoWorks™
The alloys get a dark grey colour with orange VW logo.
Wrapping details So what is a Car Wrap?
Car wraps are special cast vinyl sheets that can take many shapes, colors and sizes. A full wrap covers the entire surface of the car or vehicle. A partial wrap covers only a specific portion of the vehicle and uses the vehicle’s paint scheme as the backdrop for the full design. Vehicle wraps are done with vinyl materials (think of it as a large decal) that conform to the shape of your vehicle. They can be done in solid colors as “paint replacement” or can have digitally printed designs on the vinyl to really make your vehicle stand out.
Car Wrapping Films allows you to change your vehicle’s paint color without the hassles of paint and possibly even a lower cost! Does it affect the paint on my car?
These car wraps materials are formulated with removable adhesive that does not harm your cars paint. In fact, many people find that by wrapping their vehicle, it can possibly assist in keeping a higher resale value on the vehicle due to the protective benefits of the wrap to the underlying car paint. Does it matter what color my car is?
No, a car wrap is not translucent and you cannot see through it. Why Paint it?
Traditional Paint process is long and cumbersome. The vehicle needs to be sanded, primed and then painted. Then it needs to be polished to bring about that shine and remove any paint defects/irregularities. Just like other processes, the quality of the paint can make a huge difference.
On the other hand, a car wrap is removable. Wrapping a vehicle means you can include various visual tricks you can’t achieve with paint. This might mean a logo vehicle branding or digital logo images. Wrapping a vehicle also allows you to go in for special colors, finishes, textures, etc. The best thing about it is that when you grow tired of that color or look, have it removed and try something else!