Vehicle owners can show off their passion for art, design or racing with the click of a button thanks to a virtual configurator that applies personalized livery design to any Porsche

Porsche is giving vehicle owners a factory-approved option to personalize the exteriors of cars or SUVs with custom wraps. The ‘Second Skin' service includes an online configurator developed by Porsche Digital.

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Second Skin is essentially a vinyl wrap that's applied over a vehicle's exterior paint. Porsche's move to offer this service is partly motivated to provide a high quality and guaranteed process and result to owners. There's also the pull that the Porsche brand has to facilitate collaborations with renowned artists and designers. One of the launch designs ‘Trace' was created by German comic artist Timo Wuerz.

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Second Skin also gives Porsche owners the choice of some classic racing liveries like the blue and red stripes of Martini. Second Skin will make a debut at the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race on a special Porsche-customer-team Project-1 entry. New York-based photo realistic painter Richard Phillips designed the car's graphocs. which are a combination of three of his paintings blended together.

Second Skin is available for all current Porsche models as well as vehicles from other automotive brands. In addition to graphics, the service will owners the option to select from unavailable and vintage Porsche colors as an alternative.

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Porsche is giving vehicle owners a factory-approved option to personalize the exteriors of cars or SUVs with custom wraps. The ‘Second Skin' service includes an online configurator developed by Porsche Digital.

Porsche

Second Skin is essentially a vinyl wrap that's applied over a vehicle's exterior paint. Porsche's move to offer this service is partly motivated to provide a high quality and guaranteed process and result to owners. There's also the pull that the Porsche brand has to facilitate collaborations with renowned artists and designers. One of the launch designs ‘Trace' was created by German comic artist Timo Wuerz.