There are hundreds, thousands of aesthetic currents in this vast world of car that we enjoy day to day. The wraps – or – vinyl body – are one of the simplest options to change the complete appearance of your car. In addition to protecting the paint, they are customizable and cost is reasonable: between 500 and 1,000 euros, depending on quality and complexity of the installation. The proposal of WrapZone may not be suitable for all audiences: do you really you would want your Porsche 911 GT3 RS seems old and oxidized?
WrapZone is a Swedish company specializing in vinyl, and is one of the most cutting-edge of Europe, in terms of quality of work.
WrapZone has started a project called #PaintIsDead – the painting is dead – and have begun to apply vinyls that make it look like the cars rusted, ajados, worn by time. These vinyls have been designed by another company scandinavian call Skeeple, e mimic the colors of Martini Racing… if they had been a decade to the weather in a humid climate. The end result is certainly striking, though we understand that it’s not necessarily to everyone’s taste.
you Have to be curious to see how this beast of a 500 BHP of power annihilates all car that is in his path, looking old and corroded. That is the grace of the vinyls, in addition to their enormous possibilities of customization. Personally, I stay with the Dodge Charger type of “Dukes of Hazzard” of the image behind these lines. What do you think? Oh, one last curiosity, how you knew that was WrapZone the company that viniló the deceased Audo RS6 DTM of Jon Olsson?