We love a good original race car wrap design. The Porsche 981 Cayman GT4 Clubsport race car featured here is a perfect example of a well-executed race car livery that stands out at any race track.
Factory Porsche 911 stone guards tend to wear out pretty quickly, get yellow and offer little protection. We have a perfect replacement with top-of-the-line quality film and perfect fit.
The life expectancy of a car wrap is something you need to know before you commit to wrapping your car. Let’s look into how long a car wrap lasts and how to improve upon that number.
The blackout trim headlight surround is our most popular product. Previously only available for 987 and 997 Porsche, now it’s also available for the Porsche 991 GT3 and GT3 RS.
Big congratulations to the 2017 KI Studios photo contest winner. We had many submissions but there can only be one winner.
The Porsche 981 Cayman GT4 is the ultimate Cayman ever made. Many Cayman GT4 owners add more to their cars with decals, stripes or a car wrap. The photos speak for themselves.
Introducing the Avery Dennison Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Car. We have a little backstory on the car itself along with the process of designing and installing the new racing livery.
It used to be that to change a car’s color or achieve a really intricate design one had to use paint. These days we use a car wrap and we can even print gradients and halftones as well as mimic paint.
Submit photos of your car with KI Studios stripes for a chance to win a printed stretched canvas of your photo. Submissions can be featured on our site as well as social media.
Here we have a perfect real world example of how a layer of Xpel Paint Protection Film has saved a black Lamborghini Aventador from a repaint. Just as interestingly is how it all happened.