Here is a detailed explanation of what it would cost you to wrap vinyl in your car. Vinyl wrap is a film that goes around the body of your car. It is done to make your car look the way you want. It is generally used for enhancing the aesthetics of your car. Many people also consider it to be a great way to protect the expensive paint of their cars. Everyone knows that getting your car repainted could arguably be the most expensive affair in a regular car. Hence, vinyl wrap for your car could prove to be low on cost and high on application. Let us understand what this refers to.
Cost of Vinyl Wrap for your Car
Vinyl wrap is a film of Polyvinyl Chloride which is a thin sheet and comes in various materials and colours. People can get their cars covered in any colour they wish. If they don’t like it, they can change it in a few years and keep mixing it up to keep the exterior of the car fresh. The layer could be as thin as 5 mm which would add a couple of kilograms to the overall weight of your car. Many people confuse it with the PPF (Paint Protection Film). However, there are quite a few distinctions between the two. Basically, the purpose of the two films is completely different. The Vinyl wrap is solely for aesthetic purposes and enhances the beauty of the car and is available in various colours and materials.
The PPF, on the other hand, is a protection film that is thicker than Vinyl wrap because the purpose is different. It is also heavier if you cover the entire car in PPF. It is, therefore, a bit expensive compared to the vinyl sheet. Hence, people do part-PPF in the areas which are at the highest risk of getting damaged from scratches and pebbles while driving on the road. This includes bumpers, side skirting of the car. Generally, a PPF could cost you anywhere between Rs 70,000 to Rs 1,30,000 depending on the size of the car. The Vinyl wrap depends on the size of the car along with material (satin, matte, gloss) and colour. Still, you could get your car wrapped in a vinyl film for Rs 20,000 to Rs 1,00,000.