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Founded by the former chief engineer of Porsche, Porsche came to life in
1931 and has been so firmly focused on producing only the highest-quality cars
that it has only produced a half dozen models in almost 100 years in existence.
Some of the most popular of these are the legendary 911, the Porsche 944 and the
marque's first production vehicle: the Porsche 356. In addition to these three
models, Porsche released its most controversial vehicle ever in 2002: the
Cayenne SUV. Despite the disdain of the purists, the market loved it, and the Cayenne quickly became Porsche’s best-selling model, reaping record profits and saving the company from bankruptcy. The Cayenne is still Porsche’s top seller, and helps fund the development of its class-leading sports cars.
Unveiled in 2009, the Porsche Panamera Saloon
features a front engine, four seats and a bucketful of luxury features. Much
like the Cayenne SUV, the Panamera sparked a backlash from enthusiasts who decried it as an overweight, gadget-laden mockery of the great sports car brand. Also like the Cayenne, the Panamera became a best seller.
Porsche’s latest model, the Macan, should clear up any doubts that the company
is committed to the SUV market. Smaller, lighter and tighter than the Cayenne,
the Macan is aimed at buyers who want a sporty vehicle that can still fit five
adults with their luggage.
Whether you want to completely wrap your Boxter with a Series 1080
wrap or you just want to wrap your hood with Rwraps™ Carbon
Fiber, we've got over 200 colors and styles for you to choose from.
Yours in great finishes like Matte, Chrome, Satin, Gloss, Flip, Chameleon and
Brushed metallic, you'll find exactly the color and style you need to compliment
your ride and make it stand out from the crowd. Looking for something a little
more unique? Try our Rwraps™ Camouflage, Matte Chrome, Sticker Bomb or Carbon
Fiber vinyl wraps and upgrade your Porsche today!
The best way to figure out how much vinyl your Porsche
will need is by using this simple formula. Take the length of your vehicle and
multiply it by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk) plus an
extra 5 to 10 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and mistakes. The
following example should help:
Please note: Porsche vehicle wraps are meant for application
only on OEM paint jobs.
Porsche vehicle wraps are designed to be used it right out of the box
without overlaminate or any special glues or fluids. Engineered with double
color layers, you can depend on them
not to discolor or deform even when applied around the most extreme of curves unlike
calendered sign vinyl. Enjoy the convenience and quality of our professional
grade, cast films and get to wrapping your ride today!
When you wrap your Porsche with Rwraps™ or 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!
If you've been wrapping corners, edges and channels but you
haven't been post-heating your Porsche vehicle wraps, you
might be surprised to learn that wraps just aren't holding
up. If you want the film to perform and stay in place,
post-heating is a must.
Read more and learn how now.
A heat gun is an absolute must if you want to wrap your Porsche
and get results worthy of it. Since all wrap vinyl has a
heat-activated memory you'll need to use a heat gun if you
want the film to perform and to stretch the necessary two to
percent required to get it around corners and curves. If you
think you'll be able to do that with just a squeegee, good
luck to you!
Want to know the one secret that separates the pros from the
amateurs? It's cold
pre-stretching vinyl vehicle wraps. Without cold
pre-stretching you run the risk of your wrap shrinking back
up on itself and pulling away from edges and corners. So,
why not learn how it's done. Read on and learn more now!