The car type and materials used determine the price for a car wrap, based on the style of the wrap, size of the vehicle and the complexity/curvature of installation.
For example, a standard gloss, matte or satin finish on a full-size car will run about $3,000 to $4,000. Click here for current pricing. Chrome or metallic finishes are significantly more expensive due to the higher cost of the materials and the added complexity of installation. Chrome wraps can turn dull when they’re overheated or when they are stretched over a curvy surface. Expect to pay roughly $6,500 to $8,000 for a chrome wrap if you want it done right.
Got a pricey car? Expect a pricey wrap. “A high-end car like a Rolls-Royce would cost about $12,000 to wrap,” said Hülz. The installers need to be extra careful with those vehicles and the body panels are more complicated to remove.
With the covid and supply chain issues being felt in the adhesives market, Avery has discontinued a large portion of their materials. We do have many colour options available, but you need to plan ahead and contact us so we can talk about what your options are. There are many awesome materials left over. They kept only the best. There are also other suppliers who have doubled down and are coming out with great stuff.