A basic, high-quality vinyl vehicle wrap will cost around $2,500.

Car Wrap Textures and Why They Matter

The car market is pretty tough right now, with rising prices, high demand, and a pesky little chip shortage. Even the used car market has gone a little crazy in recent months. So despite your stimulus check and all the money you might have saved during the pandemic, the car you want might not be available. Do you still have options? Of course. You can restyle the vehicle you have with a car wrap texture, and it may be easier than you think.

You could get a new paint job, but that’s costly, and it takes some time. Here’s the truth: there’s nothing quite so stunning as a freshly wrapped vehicle, nor anything so transformational to your private ride or your business transportation.


While there are lots of options when it comes to color and texture, we recommend 3 car wrap textures that will make an impact, no matter your style.


Gloss Vinyl

If you want to see your grinning face looking back up at you, reflecting in the shine of your hood, gloss vinyl is your friend. It has that stunning, gotta-look-at-me new ride feel. Black, white, cherry red, or racing green, you can get high gloss vinyl in almost any color. Gloss vinyl is a great choice for a fast-paced, fast-moving business ride, too.


Matte Vinyl

If you’d rather have an understated style that slides by like the dead of night, in the every classy way, think about matte vinyl for your ride. While gloss demands the head turning first impression, matte vinyl requires viewers to take a second and third look. It’s a stunning, arresting finish that knows it’s a stand-out without having to announce itself. (And a vinyl wrap is easier to maintain than a matte painted job?)


Satin Vinyl

And satin is just as luxurious as it sounds. A smooth, semi-reflective finish that’s sleek and classy. This is the confident, I-know-what-I’m-all-about texture for your vehicle. It carries it’s luxury easily, without having to be bold or adventurous. 

A combination of textures makes for a distinct, custom look. And any vehicle wrap, textured or not, protects your paint and provides you with affordable distinction. And it’s going to get you noticed far more than custom rims or that rear spoiler you’ve been eyeing. Trust us. After more than 20 years in the industry, we know what gets noticed. 


Instead of browsing for a new car or paying for a costly paint job, let’s talk about customizing your current ride and making it more than you ever dreamed it could become. It’s an inexpensive option that doesn’t even remotely look like an inexpensive option.

Micah Dear