Infiniti, like Lexus and Acura before it, was part of the wave of Japanese
import luxury brands that first crashed on American shores at the beginning of
the penultimate decade of the last millennium. In 1989 Nissan Motors launched the
marque due to competition from Honda's Acura and Toyota's Lexus whose first models
were released directly to the US market well before Nissan had even completed the new marque's
global penetration. The rushed production meant that the Q45 was the first Infiniti to be released outside of Japan
as an ample sized V8 with an active suspension and modern styling. Infiniti's next release,
the M30, was considered a misstep by many because it was intended to be a direct competitor to
the incredibly popular Lexus SC and was eventually discontinued due to its lackluster performance. The G20 arrived in 1991 and was intended to be the entry-level luxury sedan replete with leather seats and trim and a near-performance engine. The J30 quickly followed only a year later and was notable only in that it featured a rear wheel drive configuration.
Old or new, you can restore and restyle your Infiniti with our great selection
of DIY vehicle wraps. Choose from great brands like Rwraps™ and 3M™ Series 1080
films and enjoy the savings and pride of doing the job right all by yourself.
As the decades have rolled by, Infiniti has quietly amassed a devoted
following and a steadily growing selection of luxury sedans, coupes and
crossover SUVs. Whether you own the hulking QX80 and want to pimp it out with a
Satin Flip Caribbean Shimmer wrap from 3M™ or you've got a sporty QX30
hatch just begging for a 4D Carbon Fiber hood wrap, you'll find more than 200
colors and styles here. Choose from a wide variety of finishes like Satin,
Matte, shade-shifter Flip or Chameleon and patterns like Brushed metals, Carbon
Fiber or mirror Chromes. In addition to our complete Infiniti vehicle wrap
selection we've also got a growing database of DIY articles, car wrapping guides
and we offer a complete selection of wrapping tools and fluids too!
We've come up with a pretty simple formula to help you determine how much vinyl your
Infiniti will need.
In short, just measure the length of your vehicle and
multiply it by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk) plus add an
extra 5 to 15 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and error. The
following example should help:
Just in case you don't have this exact Infiniti, we've provided this handy guide to help you
estimate how much vinyl wraps you might need.
Please note: Infiniti vehicle wraps are meant for application
only on OEM paint jobs.
Both 3M™ and Rwraps™ Infiniti vehicle wraps are designed to be used it right out
without the need for extra glues or primers. Made with pressure-sensitive and heat-activated adhesives you can depend on
these dual-cast films not to discolor or deform even when applied around the
most extreme of curves unlike cheaper, calendared films. Enjoy the convenience
and quality of our professional grade, DIY ready films and get to wrapping!
When you wrap your Infiniti car, truck or SUV with Rwraps™ or 3M™ Series 1080 vinyl
wraps don't forget to take great pics of your work because when you send 5 or 6
high-quality photos into us you can get cash back! That's right when you submit
your pictures and a review we'll give you a refund of up to $20 plus we'll post
your pics to our site so you get a little fame with your fortune too!
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