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Discussion in 'Model S' started by azsmartbet, May 12, 2018.
I saw this today at the downtown Vegas Supercharger. Not feeling it at all.
Based purely on your original post, I feel nothing.
That's some high quality camouflage wrap...
Either the camo is so good we do not see it, or you should post a picture of it.
These are not the wraps you're looking for.
Damn car blends right into the TMC background. Must be a mod's car or something....
Obviously ,its the new DARPA wrap developed at area 51.
Ah, the old invisibility cloak wrap. I know some like it, but I just don’t see it on my car.
Spotted, you say?
Was the license plate D V1L by any chance?
It doesn’t look like anything to me
Stealthy wrap there, OP.
Wraps, you say? Be careful what you wish for... *evil grin*:
This actually doesn't look quite as garish in person - also, the aftermarket nosecone chrome piece looks really good up close.
But that fuchsia... *twitch*
I first saw this car a few years ago at the Culver City/Fox Hills SC with a Pepperdine license plate frame. It appears to have survived the experience, and rumor has it the car is under new ownership now.
Lol sorry gents. No clue why the upload didn't work first time. Try this
Well... I almost liked it, but then I didn't.
Sorry, the fuchsia one wins.
Wait, that is striped, not spotted. I think there are some aspects of it I like, perhaps the blacked out chrome on the grill, but meh.
All of it blows. Period. Bad choices.
These wraps basically destroy any perception of "luxury" those cars might have had. I generally see those purple type wraps on cheap $18,000 Honda civics driven by punks.
One of my old neighbors had a Model S with half the car wrapped. It was weird. The wrap ended halfway across the long side straight down the middle. The kicker was that the line separating the halves was all over the place. Can't imagine what prompted them to do that and then decide to leave it on.
These wraps are on the same level as neck tattoos. Very bad idea, and very telling of the person who owns the car.