While there’s been a trend toward matte finishes in recent years, gloss paint jobs are still the most popular. They’re also what most automakers tend to ship their cars with. As a result, those who opt to get gloss vinyl wraps for sports cars are usually able to stay on trend just by getting their car decked out in one of a few primary colors.
This makes it extremely easy for motorists to keep their vehicles looking great with extra protection film. Usually, those who drive sports cars have put a healthy amount of money into their rides, and this is a great opportunity to prevent having to sink some more into it. You can get high gloss that lasts for a long time.
The paint scheme on most sports cars is a gloss finish that’s topped off with some sort of polyurethane coating that gives it a glass-like sheen. Some automakers enhance the exteriors of their vehicles in a slightly different way, but in general, the outcome is the same. That’s why scratches are so painfully obvious on nicer cars. The sheen of the uppermost finish tends to be reflective, and any interruption to this reflection is jarring in terms of visual acuity.
That’s where vehicle wraps come into play. While it’s possible to apply one to almost any kind of late-model production car, Team Acme has quite a bit of experience with higher-performance vehicles, meaning you can feel good about your decision to leave your sports car with us. Considering that we work to ensure that we don’t have your vehicle any longer than is absolutely necessary, you can also trust that you won’t have to wait all that long to have a protective outer coating applied.
Eventually, there’s always the risk that your vinyl vehicle wrap could get damaged, giving you the same effect that would happen if the underlying paint was scratched up. If that happens, then it’s not very difficult to have the wrap removed, leaving the paint looking new underneath. That’s one of the reasons so many people get a gloss vinyl wrap for their sports cars.
On top of this, it’s a much easier way to change the color of a car. Instead of having to take it in to get painted, you can just have it wrapped without actually changing anything related to the bodywork.
The process of applying the wrap material is the same no matter what make or model of car you have. Even custom-built late model hot rods can technically receive a gloss wrap, which is a great way for members of car clubs to make a dramatic statement the next time they roll their vehicles into a lot.
The experts from Team Acme also suggest using vinyl vehicle wraps as a way of protecting their investments. You can get high-quality options for your painted surfaces, thanks to a crew that knows graphic design and heat guns.
Contact us online if you want to ask about something special. If you’re ready to take the plunge and have your sports car covered over, then request a free quote today. You can send over any logo designs or custom artwork that you’d like applied to your sports car as well, if you’re looking for something other than a straight single-color print.