I'll likely go this route.I have not seen a commitment to offer factory wraps. All I've seen Rivian say is their typical "maybe, but not now" which is a lot like what my parents used to say when the answer was really "no".
You can just buy white or silver (no upcharge) and get a wrap at a local vendor, anyway. No need to wait for Rivian.
Can't be hard for a good wrap shop to come up with something like what Rivian has shown off so far.I'm considering Silver, Limestone, and Rivian Blue.
I most likely won't do a wrap, but if I did it'd be a pattern like what Rivian has shown off.
I'm not a fan of "matte".
I'm not the best person to ask that question, because it would need to be no more than $500 for me to say "hell yes" and I might go up to $1,000 if there was a wrap that I just absolutely "had to have" but I'd be timid at that price point.Can't be hard for a good wrap shop to come up with something like what Rivian has shown off so far.
How much would you be willing to pay for it?
To be fair, all auto dealers and self-proclaimed detail "enthusiasts" say that automatic car washes are death to factory paint, as well.I’ve never had a car wrapped, but have heard that you really shouldn’t take a wrapped car through an automated car wash. That makes it a non-starter for me since I live where it’s snow/ice/salt 6 months of the year and lots of driving on dirt roads the rest of the year. So I maintain a monthly unlimited account at the car wash and generally go thru it at least once a week if not more.