No paintwork is more sleek, modern, or intimidating.
Matte black cars has become an increasingly popular color choice, especially performance cars, because of its ability to make a car look stunningly modern and minimalistic. The sleek finish suggests speed, and combined with the dark color it makes cars that are already beautiful into machines that look even more luxurious, intimidating, and sophisticated. The finish makes all kinds of cars look great, and it’s bound to make heads turn.
What are other names for matte black?
Matte black car finishes have plenty of names, and one of the most obvious is simply another spelling: matt. Other names for it include “flat black” and “satin black,” or more characteristic terms like “stealth” or “blacked out cars.”
What do OEMs call matte black?
Some manufacturers have their own names for matte colors. If you opt for a matte Mercedes-Benz designo paintwork, it will be called “Magno.” That said, depending on the manufacturer of your car, a matte black paint job might have a different name.
How do I make my car matte black?
You can achieve a matte black finish on your car by having a matte black paint job, but if you’re interested in making your car matte black temporarily, you can also opt for a wrap. This is a popular choice for those who like to change the look of their car more easily and quickly than getting it repainted, and keeping the original color maintains the resale value of the car, as well.
How much does a matte black wrap cost?
A high-quality wrap isn’t cheap, but it can protect your car’s paint and also offer an easy, quick, and safe way to change the look of your car. Depending on the size and level of detail, a wrap can go from $2,000 to $6,000 and above.
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