Posted by vinyl frog on November 25, 2022
Toyota Camry Car Wraps
One of the most popular cars, and the best-selling sedan for many years, is the Toyota Camry. Toyota Camry was first produced in Japan in 1980 and debuted in the United States in 1983 as a four-door sedan before being converted to a mid-size sedan. It is still being produced today and has since then spawned eight generations of vehicles.
Camry is a well-liked car, which is why it has long been the best-selling automobile in the United States. If you are planning to buy the Camry or you have one already, this blog will help you to provide the know-how on how to keep it looking luxurious, well maintained, and intact.
The answer to get that look is to get it vinyl wrapped! No matter what generation of Toyota Camry you have, you can cover it with a vinyl wrap and have it looking brand new for many years!
Why Should You Get Your Toyota Camry Wrapped?
Getting your Toyota Camry vinyl wrapped will not only give it a one-of-a-kind look but also protect the paint against fading, scratching and chips. With new vehicle purchases especially, vinyl wraps have now become very popular as it makes transforming the color and finish of car panels very easy. Dirt doesn’t stick to vinyl like it sticks to lacquer on the paintwork of your car. Vinyl also acts like ceramic coating, as it repels water.
Understandably, people don’t want to spend thousands for a full respray and be without their car for over 3 weeks. Not only will the cost of a vinyl wrap be cheaper, the time taken to complete the wrap job will be less than half than that of a respray.
Wrapping your car with vinyl means the panels of your car won’t be in direct contact with water or the sun, meaning that the development of rust won’t occur. When you remove the vinyl wrap from your car, your paint is in the same condition as on the day it was wrapped. Thus, adding to the resale value by having flawless paint on your car. Vinyl Frog has a variety of car wraps available to choose from and you can mix and match to your heart’s content!
How Much Vinyl Do You Need To Wrap Your Camry?
An average car needs around a 25- foot roll of 60-inch wide vinyl wrap. However, let’s see what the requirements of a Camry are. The length of the Toyota Camry is 192-193 inches or 5.4 yards. The recommended roll size is 16.2 yards. The eighth generation of Toyota Camry offers a lot of customizable options to better suit their drivers. That gives you even more reason to protect the vehicle from damage and scratches.
To fully wrap the vehicle, you will need 6.2 yards of film. That excludes the windows, wheels, and the lights. To do a partial, you will need 5.4 yards of film as that covers one side of the vehicle or the roof of the vehicle.
Furthermore, all parts of the Toyota Camry can be covered with vinyl wrap including brakes, door handles, front and rear diffusers and even the radiator grill! The best way to measure how much wrap is needed to cover your car is to calculate the length of your car x 3 (for the two sides and the top of the vehicle from front to back) + extra for bumpers and mistakes (5’ to 15’). It is always recommended to have extra, just in case for mistakes and covering up anything else that is left.
How Much Does It Cost To Wrap A Toyota Camry?
Wrapping a car is not cheap, at least not if you want it done correctly. The price depends on several different factors. The first and foremost is the size, what type of vinyl wrap you choose to buy and how you install it.
Since Toyota Camry is a midsize Sedan, the average cost of wrapping it can start at about $3000 and go up from there depending on the model and anything extra you want to wrap.
This is just an estimation of the cost, and it can vary depending on the quality of the vinyl wrap.
What Color Options Are There For A Toyota Camry?
Vinyl Frog has quite an extensive range of color options when it comes to wrapping. We also have new colors in our range of chrome, glossy, matte, and metallic. Here are a few popular colors available for a Toyota Camry.
1. Metallic Shades
2. Gloss Wraps
A gloss vehicle wrap is a standard type of vinyl that is easiest to apply and maintain. Green glossy wraps are all the rage when it comes to Toyotas. Our range in glossy vinyl has colors Pine Green, Khaki Green and Metallic La Salle Green.
3. Chrome Wraps
At Vinyl Frog we provide 3 options in the Chrome wrap range which include Satin Chrome, Opal Chrome, and Mirror Chrome. A Satin Chrome Silk Rose Gold Vinyl wrap looks divine on the smooth exterior of a Camry.
4. Matte Wraps
When speaking of head-turning vehicle wraps, a matte film should be one of the must-choose materials. We, at Vinyl Frog, offer many colors in this category including Black Olive, Pearl Black and Russian Green.
5. Carbon Fiber
Carbon Fiber wraps that are fairly new and they have a textured look that is similar to carbon fiber. If you want your Camry to look unique, this wrap is definitely for you! It is basically used for partial wrap with other colored options.
Design Options For Camry
One of the cool things about getting a vinyl wrap done is that you don’t need to get your entire car wrapped. You can opt to get only certain parts done. Decals or partial wrapping are options if you don't want to spend a lot of money on customizing. These are not only affordable solutions, they still allow you to be creative and trendy as well!
- Vinyl Decals: If you want your Camry to be adorned with stickers and funky decals then this is an option too! You can accessorize your Toyota Camry to your heart’s desire, be it with a cool flame or a witty line that captures your personality.
- Patterned Wraps: You can even have cool patterns like a geometric design or a retro pattern as a wrap on your Camry. If you’re someone that wants to make heads turn, then getting a patterned wrap is surely the way to go for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
We are truly excited to offer you limitless possibilities to create fashionable, stylish exterior designs with different colors and finishes for your Toyota Camry. Hopefully, this blog answered any questions and queries that you had regarding the process.