Wrap of the Week: 14 Shades of Challenger
The 2022 SEMA Show is less than a week away, and the automotive world is eager to scan the latest and greatest creations, including a cacophony of color in the PPF arena. There’s no better time to start a series spotlighting mechanical masterpieces. We’re kicking things off with a limited-run, multicolor Challenger wrap featuring 14 different shades of muscle.
Dodge and graphic designer CG Detroit are teaming up for a wrap that combines all 14 different colors offered on the 2023 Challenger into one cohesive design. From the front to the back, stripes of Plum Crazy, Frostbite, B5 Blue, Sublime, F8 Green, Go Mango, Sinamon Stick, Octane Red, Torred, Triple Nickel, Destroyer Grey, Granite and White Knuckle stretch throughout the body. The design is inspired by the Plymouth “Paint Chip” Barracuda, which displays a whopping 25 colors for automotive enthusiasts to survey.
It’s the ideal option for motorheads who can’t seem to choose among F8 Green, Go Mango and White Knuckle. Why have one when you can have them all? Customers can purchase the rainbow-reminiscent wrap for $3,700, excluding installation. Dodge Garage recommends 3M dealers for installation.
The wrap announcement comes amid special treatment for the Dodge Challenger and Charger, as the manufacturer transitions into the electric future. The company is celebrating the muscle cars by releasing signature send-off models dubbed “Last Calls.”
I’m a massive fan of memorable cars and an even bigger advocate of loud wraps that scream for attention. I chatted with several wrappers this past summer, documenting their latest installations in PPFMag Summer 2022.
The 2022 SEMA Show runs from November 1- 4 in Las Vegas, and I will be at the Las Vegas Convention Center all week. Visit WINDOW FILM Magazine / PPFMag at booth #51103 for details on the 2023 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™. I can’t wait to talk cars with you.
What Happens in Vegas …
WINDOW FILM magazine has compiled all industry-related companies attending SEMA to ensure you discover the latest products and information to advance your business.
Adenna LLC—Booth #35125
American Standard Window Film (ASWF)—Booth #52065
Avery Dennison—Booth #52119
Ceramic Pro—Booth #52131
Conco America—Booth #12541
Eagle Enterprises—Booth #52108
Flexishield/Luxo Window Films—Booth #51119
Fusion Tools—Booth #52097
Global Film Source—Booth #35170
Global Hi-Tech Films—Booth #50141
Goff’s Enterprises Inc.—Booth #35042
International Window Film Association—Booth #12776
International Window Film Conference & Tint-Off™—Booth #5110
Johnson Window Films—Booth #50051
KDX America—Booth #50125
Kpmf And Orafol—Booth # 50165
Legend Paint Protection Film—Booth #54263
Maxpro Window Films—Booth #52207
Mutoh America Inc.—Booth #50091
PPF Mag—Booth #51103
Pressure on Demand—Booth #51097
Protec Window Film—Booth #52104
Scorpion Protective Coatings Inc.—Booth #55161
Sharpline Converting Inc.—Booth #51135
Solar Gard—Booth #52163
UPPF by Joyvie New Materials Co. Ltd.—Booth #12365
WINDOW FILM magazine—Booth #51103
Wintech Window Films—Booth #53095
Xsun Window Films—Booth #51077