For years folks have been turning their heads to look at the dashing Dodge Charger because it does a great job embodying speed. The front end of the Charger holds a low poised stance which hints that it’s full of pure power. This car deserves to look as good as it performs, so we did just that!
On this Dodge Challenger we broke the factory mold by applying a black vinyl wrap to the top half of the car. This style of wrap gives it a two tone look which can make the car look wider and more athletic. We complemented this wrap by doing a full window tint to complete this cars new look and feel. Now it has more depth and character with its black and orange color scheme.
Two Tone Wrap
One of the best ways to customize your vehicle is using vinyl graphics. When these graphics are applied proper they can give your vehicle a custom look without a large cost or permanent commitment. It’s important to keep in mind that neither paint or vinyl last forever, both can chip and tear. With paint, you’re stuck having to re-spray if there’s damage. With vinyl, if you get tired of your vinyl graphics you can peel them off!
We use a premium wrapping film that promises up to 10 years of durability. It gives a look like paint, but with a lower cost and greater flexibility. It is removable which allows you to change colors or leave it off to return to factory styling.
The hood is a common piece that’s painted or wrapped to make the front end stand out. Factory paint jobs like this wrap are usually for the high-end sport trims. That doesn’t mean that you can’t achieve the same look! There are a lot of options for styling vinyl like this RAM 1500 Laramie where we partial wrapped the hood.
This is an example of our standard roof wrap. We also offer a larger version that extends down the pillars of the roof. Typically you see the larger wrap on SUVs like this Toyota Highlander we did. We opted for this style because it has more of a slip stream look that you see more on muscle cars.
We continued the wrap across the hood and roof toward the trunk to follow the form of the vehicle. This Charger got a black wrap to pair with the orange, but we can do a variety of colors. Some materials even come in unique finishes like metallic, chrome, and textured.
Adding tint film is a way to give your vehicle privacy, protection, and personality. Window tint can help protect your belongings by making it harder for thieves to see them. Tint can also protect you, your cargo, and your interior by keeping harsh sunlight at bay. Of course the main reason we tint our vehicles is because it makes your car look sleek and stealthy. On top of that it’s a great affordable option to customize your vehicle. When the factory glass on your vehicle doesn’t meet expectations, consider getting a window tint.
At VIP auto accessories we use Suntek carbon series window tint film as our standard. These films have a VLT (visual light transference) of 5%, 20%, or 35%. If you’ve dealt with tint then you should know the lower the number, the darker your tint. For this Charger the side windows received a 35% tint and the rear window got a 20% tint. Typically the glass of your rear window is darker than other windows on your car. Automakers will do this to abide by the strictest state regulations. When you go to select your tint you need to keep in mind your local laws so that you don’t get ticketed.
We always recommend a professional install for this modification. Poor tint jobs will bubble and discolor over time. Make sure your window tint installer has a good warranty to protect your investment!
Do you want to get a Two-Tone wrap on your vehicle? Visit us HERE for help. We offer professional work backed by the comfort of a warranty all across the contiguous United States!