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Tesla Now Offers Wraps and PPF For Its Model 3 and Model Y Vehicles For 2023 and Beyond

Tesla is offering wraps and PPF (paint protection film) for its Model 3 and Model Y vehicles built in 2023 and beyond. We believe the Cybertruck will also have options.


Tesla Wraps

Tesla is offering wraps for its vehicles and this is something people have wondered about for a long time, including me.

I once wrote about an iridescent Tesla a couple of years ago, and it was a unique wrap. Many people like to wrap their Tesla vehicles as it makes them stand out and look different.

Tesla is offering 6 wrap colors and here they are with their price. Note, these wraps will be offered AFTER the vehicle is purchased:

* Satin Stealth Black: $7,500
* Glacier Blue: $8,000
* Satin Rose Gold: $8,000
* Slip Grey: $7,500
* Forest green: $8,000
* Satin Ceramic White: $8,000
* Crimson Red: $8,000

A wrap differentiates your Tesla vehicle from others and protects it from debris on the road. A wrap typically will last a long time, usually about 5 to 7 years according to most sources. Tesla may even do their wraps to last even longer.

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Tesla PPF

Tesla is also offering PPF, which stand for paint protection film. This is a layer of protection on a Tesla that protects it from rocks and other debris that might strike it while driving or otherwise.

The options and prices for this are:

* Clear Gloss: $5,000
* Clear Satin: $5,000

Features of PPF are:

* Self-heals with an urethane-based film
* Protects paint against chips, scratches and swirling
* Friendly to the environment more than traditional vinyl wraps

Tesla says that when you wrap your Model 3 or Model Y in one of their premium clear films, you can only get these available through Tesla. The clear PPF will give your paint a glossy finish, and the clear satin will change your paint's gloss finish to matte.

I think both of these things are a good move for Tesla as they continue to vertically integrate more and more. They are bringing everything in-house.

I think custom jobs of wraps and PPF will still have a market - anything with images or a unique style will still be able to do wraps, but those who do wraps that are simply a color will need to differentiate themselves.

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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News. Image Credit, Tesla, Screenshot