That's a wrap!

Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by Domenick, Feb 20, 2019.

  1. EnerG

    EnerG Active Member

    Damn, I was thinking of doing the same color but you beat me to it. Looks great.
  2. GPM432

    GPM432 Active Member

    I was thinking of getting all the flat black areas wrapped on my red Kona cost will be $1000.00 I have always disliked that type of trim. It fades to grey as the car ages what do people think about that..
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  3. EnerG

    EnerG Active Member

    Agreed. I am not a fan of plastic cladding either. Love to see some pics if you get this done. Are you thinking of matching the red color or some accent color?
  4. GPM432

    GPM432 Active Member

    gloss Black
  5. EnerG

    EnerG Active Member

    I think the gloss black will look nice. Would there possibly be durability issues with wrap on areas more likely to be impacted especially the wheel well arches.
  6. BlueSal

    BlueSal Member

    Does anyone know if you can wrap wheel parts? I hate those little dimples and thought about wrapping just that area (same black/grey color on the wheels). It would leave just the plain spokes. Thanks.
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  7. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    Our member @MTN Ranger made a video about wrapping his Model 3 wheels. I'll leave it here, and maybe (hopefully) he'll drop by and give an update.

  8. Kitsilano

    Kitsilano Active Member

    Interesting idea. Thank you, Blue Sal & Domenick.
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  9. Brennan Raposo

    Brennan Raposo Well-Known Member

  10. Are you still going for the protective front end wrap too or just the cosmetic roof wrap?
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  11. Brennan Raposo

    Brennan Raposo Well-Known Member

    I had to push it by a month - I owed a few too many dollars on Taxes last month lol. I'm booked for next Friday if all goes well. Essentially identical as the photos up top. Black roof, pillars and mirrors. Clear entire front end :)
  12. I’ve heard rumors that you need to remove wraps every couple of years to avoid causing damage to the underlying paint. Anyone verify hearing similar? Thx!

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  13. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    I've never heard that. I suspect it's not true but would love to hear from others who may have more insight.
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  14. E-Shark

    E-Shark Active Member

    I've never heard that about the Paint Protection Film (PPF), as that is the reason you get it on, to protect the paint.
    As far as the cosmetic wrap goes, I don't know too much about it.
  15. Brennan Raposo

    Brennan Raposo Well-Known Member

    Just picked my car up from the detailer! Had full front PPF applied including headlights. Also had black wrap applied to the pillars, roof and mirrors. Looks slick!

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  16. Did they do the whole dimpled front?

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  17. Sweet! Say, so you guys know if the Ultimate trim comes w/ privacy glass (tints) on rear windows? Definitely something I will do if it's not already stock.... Thx!

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  18. Mine did. I don't know if it's standard, though.

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  19. Brennan Raposo

    Brennan Raposo Well-Known Member

    No, unfortunately not.
    They said it would be far too difficult to cut out each individual dimple. So they cut around the dimpled front and put Ceramic coating in the dimples. It’s still better than nothing.

    Most importantly for me was the headlights and bumper. After a year or two, any car I’ve had was completely sandblasted by salt and sand/debris from the road.
  20. Brennan Raposo

    Brennan Raposo Well-Known Member

    Yup, mine came with dark tint on rear passenger window and back window. I tinted the driver and front passenger to match.

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