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I've had my Polestar 2 wrapped and I'm really pleased with the results.

As explained on one of my previous threads I found the colour choice from Polestar a bit limited and therefore deliberately ordered my car in black with the intention of getting it wrapped as soon as it arrived. It's taken a little longer than I had anticipated, I had to wait two months for the company to have some availability, but it was worth the wait.


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Looks great! I was just telling my son that I would’ve gotten a lighter blue than Midnight if it was available…
 

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Looking great! I've always been disappointed by the dull, predictable range of colours that the Polestar's available in. A solid blue like that looks brilliant and probably would have been my choice if it had been an official colour :).
 
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I've had my Polestar 2 wrapped and I'm really pleased with the results.

As explained on one of my previous threads I found the colour choice from Polestar a bit limited and therefore deliberately ordered my car in black with the intention of getting it wrapped as soon as it arrived. It's taken a little longer than I had anticipated, I had to wait two months for the company to have some availability, but it was worth the wait.


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So between the Polestar the Jag and the Ferrari... Which one do you prefer?
 

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I've had my Polestar 2 wrapped and I'm really pleased with the results.

As explained on one of my previous threads I found the colour choice from Polestar a bit limited and therefore deliberately ordered my car in black with the intention of getting it wrapped as soon as it arrived. It's taken a little longer than I had anticipated, I had to wait two months for the company to have some availability, but it was worth the wait.


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Gorgeous
 

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Funny, that's the official scrub color of the hospital I work for. :cool:

Correction: looked it up and the scrubs are actually called Galaxy Blue o_O
 
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So between the Polestar the Jag and the Ferrari... Which one do you prefer?
That’s a really difficult one to answer. Each is a really good car for very different reasons.
The Polestar does an excellent job combining comfort and modern technology with a relatively fast turn of speed. I love the fact I don’t need to go to a petrol station.
The Jaguar makes me smile every time I drive it, the sound of the V8 is intoxicating (specially with the roof down), the power is just relentless.
The Ferrari for me is the childhood dream come true. It’s a combination of the look, the way it drives, the way it handles and the power along with the unique Ferrari soundtrack that makes it my winner.
 

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Which model Jag and Ferrari? I used to own an old-skool XKR (the 4.2 litre V8 with 6-speed gearbox) convertible and it was amazing. Unfortunately I didn't have the space to keep it as a weekend/summer car, and it needed some fabric roof work doing as the creases were becoming problematic because I used to put the top down every single day while driving it, even in the snow one year!
 

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Which model Jag and Ferrari? I used to own an old-skool XKR (the 4.2 litre V8 with 6-speed gearbox) convertible and it was amazing. Unfortunately I didn't have the space to keep it as a weekend/summer car, and it needed some fabric roof work doing as the creases were becoming problematic because I used to put the top down every single day while driving it, even in the snow one year!
The jag is an F type convertible, (v8 supercharged) I pretty much exclusively drive it with the roof down And love it, Amazing car.
The Ferrari is a manual 360 coupe.
interesting thing is that both of them are pretty much the same 0 to 60 as each other and polestar, but each is totally different in terms of the feeling of speed.
 

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The jag is an F type convertible, (v8 supercharged) I pretty much exclusively drive it with the roof down And love it, Amazing car.
The Ferrari is a manual 360 coupe.
interesting thing is that both of them are pretty much the same 0 to 60 as each other and polestar, but each is totally different in terms of the feeling of speed.
I've been in an F-Type V8. Cruised along the bridge across Seattle. That was the first time I understood and truly experienced the power of speed. 😄
 

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Looks really good, nice choice. 👌🏽 May I suggest you tint your rear windows too, to match the rear windscreen. Will look sik!
 

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Awesome looking colour, and nice to see something different than the limited range of standard options. I did see a lime green wrapped Tesla 3 the other day :sick: definitely not the colour for me but fair play to the owner for doing this in what is also a very limited range of colour options

Where did you get it done and what was the rough cost (if you're happy to share?)
 

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That’s a really difficult one to answer. Each is a really good car for very different reasons.
The Polestar does an excellent job combining comfort and modern technology with a relatively fast turn of speed. I love the fact I don’t need to go to a petrol station.
The Jaguar makes me smile every time I drive it, the sound of the V8 is intoxicating (specially with the roof down), the power is just relentless.
The Ferrari for me is the childhood dream come true. It’s a combination of the look, the way it drives, the way it handles and the power along with the unique Ferrari soundtrack that makes it my winner.
That’s a great colour, I ordered mine in black but keeping it clean is a pain so maybe a wrap is the way to go…
Love the look of the F-Type and spent the August bank holiday giving track instruction in a 360 Modena manual. First time I’ve driven a Ferrari and was really impressed.
 
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