Tesla Wraps – Make Your Car Unique

Everyone loves their Tesla. Whether it is a Model 3, a Model Y or maybe even a new Model S Plaid.

The problem for most Tesla owners though is the lack of color choices. Tesla does this for a reason, to save time and money. Which is good for all of us in the end.

However, if you want your Tesla Model Y to stand out from the crowd of standard white Teslas then your only option is a Tesla wrap.

So, what are your options when it comes to a Tesla car wrap? How much does it cost, how long does it last and all the other related questions are answered below.

What Does A Tesla Wrap Look Like?

There are a lot of different color and style options for wraps for your Tesla. So, we have collected some examples from Twitter to give you a feel for what is possible.

Below are some fun, exciting, bizarre and amazing Tesla wrap ideas for you to digest!

Are bright colors the best way to go for the coolest Tesla wraps?

Tesla Wrap Colors and Wrap Types

As you can see above, there is an extensive range of colors for wraps. Almost anything is possible when it comes to Tesla car wrapping.

I have even seen a bright green custom Tesla wrap while visiting Norway.

Bright Green Tesla Wrap in Norway

When it comes to wrap types, there are obviously fewer options:

  • Glossy
  • Matte
  • Satin
  • Textured
  • Pattern

Tesla Car Wrap Cost

There is no exact figure for a Tesla wrap because it depends on where you live and which company you get to do it.

However, from our research, it appears to cost between $2000-6000.

It varies by wrap maker as well as which company does the wrap. It also depends on color and style (Satin Wrap, Matte Wrap, Vinyl Wrap) too.

PPF Wrap

Paint protection film (PPF) wrap, which is less about a color change, is around $5,000 to $8,000.

Alternatively, you can buy PPF or vinyl car wrap online for around $300 and do it yourself.

Tesla Factory Wraps

As of 2022, Tesla only does wraps for their cars in China. This is something they are trying out and there is no information about whether it is coming to the USA or Europe any time soon.

Tesla Wrap Pros and Cons

Here are the pros to a Tesla car wrap:

  • makes your Tesla car stand out
  • protects your car paint
  • an easy way to change your car color
  • it’s removable
  • can last for up to 5 years if maintained

But nothing is perfect, so there are some cons too:

  • can take 2-7 days to do
  • is quite costly
  • some have been known to “bake in” due to an excessive sun exposure
  • car insurance company can be painful about it

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