There's a little confusion I want to clear up that I've noticed some new Tesla clients have asked me. This particularly pertains to clients getting the multicoat red paint: Q: "Do I still need a paint protection film or ceramic coating, since I'm getting the multi-COAT red?" A: Yes, the "multi-coat" doesn't actually refer to any sort of paint protection film that comes with the car or any type of ceramic coating. The name implies more about the paint process of how they achieved that red finish in regards to the number of steps it took. The "multi-coat" doesn't mean it comes with ceramic coating applied or integrated into the paint, and it doesn't mean you won't get rock chips or scratches on the paint. PM me if you have any more questions about this question. Just wrapped up on a silver X. Silver looks incredible on ClearGuard Nano. The metallic flakes in the paint really pop in the sunlight. Client requested the custom EVS hood option where we custom wrap the entire hood on all sides/edges. This entails no "relief cuts" you typically get from template coverage. By doing this custom EVS hood option, you get a much more seamless, almost invisible end result.