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Porsche Digital is launching an official service for customized wraps

The upcoming "Second Skin" service will feature unavailable Porsche colors, designs by artists, and more.
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Porsche has taken notice of the popularity of custom car wraps and is launching an official service called "Second Skin" that will let you configure a new exterior color or graphics with just a few clicks. Liveries, unavailable colors, and graphics from artists and design studios will be available and at the level of quality you would expect from Porsche. All current Porsche models can be customized via the platform but as of now the service looks to be exclusive to Germany and there's no word yet on whether we'll see a similar service in the US or other parts of the world. 

Second Skin launches this July.

From €4000 (approx. $4,517),

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