Imagine finally getting your brand-new Tesla after waiting for months for it to be ready and then scratching it on a low hanging tree branch while you are driving it home for the first time. What could possibly be worse? If you are wondering if you should wrap your Tesla, having a vinyl car wrap installed by a professional team like the one at Wrap Guys can help protect you from the gut-wrenching feeling of scratching your Tesla for the first time.
Why Vinyl Wrap Your Tesla?
Since Tesla vehicles—Model 3, Model X, Model S, Model Y, Roadster, and Cybertruck—are all painted using a soft paint, the vehicle’s original paint job can become damaged fairly quickly if some sort of paint protector is not applied early enough. While a vinyl wrap can still be applied overtop of minor damage to the paintwork, such as scratches, wrapping a Tesla before it suffers any normal wear and tear will help protect the underlying paint, keeping it in pristine condition.
A vinyl wrap for Tesla vehicles can be compared to a paint protection film, as it can be installed to a portion of the vehicle or the entire vehicle; however, unlike protection films, vinyl wraps are available in a wide selection of different colours and can be customized with any design, pattern, or imagery imaginable, making it easy to give your new Tesla a one-of-a-kind look that will be the envy of everyone on the road.
Benefits of Wrapping a Tesla
While the main benefit of wrapping your Tesla is protecting the underlying paint from everyday damage, Tesla car wraps offer a range of other benefits, such as:
- Minimal downtime—compared to getting a custom paint job which can take weeks to complete, vinyl wraps can usually be installed within a few hours.
- Affordable pricing—vinyl wraps are comparatively cheaper than custom paint jobs and are designed to last for years on end.
- Completely customizable—all Tesla wraps can be completely customized with any colours, images, patterns, or messaging you can dream up.
- Removeable—vinyl car wraps can be removed at any time without causing damage to the underlying paint.
If you would like to learn more about whether or not you should wrap your Tesla, or if you are interested in our Tesla wraps, please contact Wrap Guys at 604-996-6389 or by filling out a contact form on our website.