Audi A3 Wrap Cost

By on 21 September 2021 / Leave a comment Updated on: 26th September 2021

The world of car customization has been revolutionized by the art of wrapping. The idea of giving your car a whole new look and breathing a serious amount of life into it when it feels stagnant could make all the difference between you falling back in love with it or parting ways. Vinyl wrapping has been around for a while, the 1920’s to be exact, it wasn’t until the 50’s that it began a new life with many advertising firms using it as a quick and easy promotion. However, the reason it had not been widely used before this time was that it was extremely expensive. Due to years of innovation and industrial changes, vinyl wrapping trickled down far enough to become affordable for the everyday person. In the last decade alone, the technology involved in car wrapping has progressed extensively and now it offers a great alternative for a temporary paint change. There are countless vinyl colours and paint effects and best of all, they are removable. So if you were after that special colour for your Audi A3 and were unable to find anything on the market to suit your needs, taking it to get professionally wrapped to a colour of your choice would be a great option.

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Audi A3 Wrap Cost

Full Wrap: from £1600

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Conclusion

However, not all wrap jobs are made equally so finding the right place to get the job done could mean the difference between the wrap on your Audi A3 looking like paint or a shoddy sticker job. Take your time to find a company that suits your needs and have a look at some of their previous work on cars similar to yours to get an understanding of their quality control. It’s also important to check that they carry out the wrap to all exposed paint, it can look quite odd when the outside of the car is wrapped perfectly but you open the door and the sills are still the original paint colour, although this is an added cost, it will make a big difference on the overall experience. It’s crucial that the service they provide will last through all weather conditions, although vinyl wraps are only temporary, choose the wrong company and in a couple of weeks or after a rain shower you could see bubbling, peeling or discolouration on your wrap job. Car wrapping is a great way of adding some individuality and flair to your car, you can go for a striking design or just a different colour that wasn’t available, all without having to do a full-on paint job.

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Pedro Bisso

I'm a writer and journalist based between London and the French alps. I specialise in German performance cars and culture, I love 80's Porsches and mid 2000's BMWs. As well as this, rusty Japanese boxes are also my kind of thing, my first car was a 1986 Nissan Sunny. If I'm not in the mountains or in the city, you can find me at the Nurburgring. I'm always on the hunt for a bargain and hope to share some of my knowledge with Czok readers.

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