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Vinyl wrapping has become an increasingly popular way to customize vehicles. From full wraps to stripes, we can bring your ideas to life.
Whether you want just certain panels customized or if you want to change the whole color of your vehicle, Corsa Motorsport is the place.
If you want absolute protection for your car’s painted surfaces, you can cover every body panel with a full wrap. This would prevent damage all the way around. You can also decide on a unique color scheme or finish to give your car a more distinctive look.
A matte finish is a popular option for sportier cars, but carbon fiber and metallic finishes can be eye-catching as well. You can also expand your options and explore complex designs with digitally printed vinyl.
Perhaps you are only concerned with protecting your car’s hood and front bumper from road debris, or you are working on a limited budget, and a full wrap is out of the question at the moment.
In either case, a clear vinyl wrap for your car’s front end can keep your car’s paint protected for a fraction of the cost.
Contrast is essential in good design, and some automakers apply this principle to great effect. Using a contrasting color for the roof creates a striking visual look that helps to break up the boring sea of gray and black cars. If your car’s manufacturer didn’t offer this option, however, you’ll have to do it yourself.
Luckily, vinyl car wraps make this quite easy to do. White and black are the two most common options for a contrasting roof color, but your options are endless. You could even use vinyl to create a custom design for the roof of your car.
Another option for a contrasting color combination is to include the entire canopy in one color, which would include the pillars around your car’s windows. This would allow you to carry your accent color more fully throughout the entire design.
The two-toned “cockpit style” paint job is becoming more common in the world of supercars, both thanks to the proliferation of carbon fiber body panels and a larger design trend toward visual contrast.
If you are modifying your car to boost performance and you want to make a visual change to go along with it, you could apply a carbon fiber-patterned vinyl wrap to your car’s hood. Real carbon fiber hoods are a common weight-saving measure for race cars, but you can get that sporty look without paying through the nose for an actual carbon fiber hood.
Or maybe you long for the days of the Pontiac Trans Am, and you want to bring hood designs back into style. Whatever your imagination, you can get it printed on a vinyl wrap and apply it to your hood.
We have over 300+ colors & finishes to choose from. There are Gloss, Matte, Satin, Pearls, Carbon Fiber, Brushed Steel, and Chrome colors. These are but a few of the main categories of to choose from; samples are available/viewable at our shop in Huntington Beach, CA. There is the Classic Carbon Fiber Interior or even a Glossy Carbon look. We have about 10 colored carbons as well as different Brushed Steels or other textured colors. From leather to alligator, there are many styles to mix and match.