There’s no denying that a wrap can make or break a car, but a perfectly executed one can come close to a piece of automotive art, especially when mated to an impressive vehicle.
Car wrapping, like any other part of motoring customization, has become a complex and overthought process, practically offering limitless variants of configuring a car’s paint scheme and, subsequently, its whole appearance.
Take for instance this Lamborghini Huracan, carrying Print Tech’s own foiling touch. The raging bull received a tricolor chrome and flames wrap with brushed surfaces. The whole “costume” was tailored on a latex printer, it’s composed of three foils, and it required the car to be de-mounted in order to be placed properly. Basically, the huge efforts needed to achieve this look, plus the wrap’s uniqueness, brings the total price of the job at 10,000 euro or about $11,000.
There’s no denying that the price is extremely high, but we can safely assume it’s also proportionally with the exclusivity of the wrap. To top it off, Print Tech is also a dealer for Akrapovic, so you can imagine that this Huracan comes with a Slovanian-built exhaust system, giving it 19 hp, while extracting 20.5 Kg from the overall weight – that’s thanks to the bigger main tubes and specially designed x-area in the muffler warrant for crossflow optimizing power and torque.