• Oct 6, 2010
Nissan Graphics Custom Vinyl Wraps – Click above for high-res image gallery

Nissan is teaming up with Original Wraps Inc. to join Ford by jumping on the custom vinyl bandwagon. The Cube is the first Nissan to receive the vinyl wrap treatment and you can customize your own designs at NissanGraphics.com.

As the Cube customization hits the web it will quickly be followed by the Juke before Nissan moves on to the Frontier, with more products being added to the line over time. The graphics are installed by a professional, but can be removed at anytime and leave no residue. Manufacturing, warranties and shipping of the vinyl units are all handled by Original Wraps and each piece is designed to last up to three years. Hit the jump for the full details.

[Source: Original Wraps]

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Original Wraps Inc. Announces Partnership with Nissan For Vehicle Graphics Personalization

Powered by Original Wraps technology, NissanGraphics.com offers Nissan owners customized vinyl graphics to personalize vehicles

(Lakewood, Colorado – October 6, 2010) – Original Wraps Inc., the leading international provider of vehicle personalization and customization products, announces its partnership with Nissan North America and the launch of www.NissanGraphics.com. The service provides vehicle graphics personalization technology to Nissan customers - installed by a professional, yet removable and safe for an auto's exterior. NissanGraphics.com is available now for the cube model, with graphics available for the Juke in late October, and the Frontier and other models later this year.

Founded in 2006 by one of Skinit.com original founders, Tom Stemple, Original Wraps offers Nissan access to the creative development, technology, manufacturing and distribution of high-end, vinyl graphic personalization products. Printed on professional, automotive grade 3M Scotchprint On-Demand vinyl and laminated for protection and fade prevention, Original Wraps products offer drivers a way to truly personalize the look of their Nissan. For the dealership, it eliminates the hassle of inventory, tooling and risk associated with traditional customization products while providing the dealer a new accessory to assist in moving more cars. Implementing the on-demand customization services for dealers at point of sale, Original Wraps handles all manufacturing, warranties and shipping.

"Nissan is a forward-thinking manufacturer and partnering with them for customized graphics was a natural fit," said Tom Stemple, CEO, Original Wraps. "With hundreds of different graphics from which to choose, we are excited to see Nissan owners display their individuality with NissanGraphics.com."

Amongst other options, Nissan Graphics offers users a catalog of graphics for side panels, roof and hood, which can be personalized using the graphic designs provided on the Web site. Graphic materials are designed to be replaceable, without leaving a residue, and last up to three years. Prices vary between make, model and year of Nissan as well as size of graphic, and shipping to the dealership only takes 7-10 days after placing an order. For more information about Original Wraps technology and products, please call 720.746.1600 or visit www.OriginalWraps.com.

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      • 4 Years Ago
      I guess Nissan has truly turned the car into an appliance onto which trinkets can be fastened to differentiate it from other appliances.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Get used to it.

      There have been numerous stories that show people are buying cars based on three things, price, quality, and cost of ownership. With the credit being tight and people just not having much money in general how a car looks and handles means much less than a few years ago.

      I do realize some on this enthusiast site will argue that statement by saying "not me!" and that's probably true for most people on an enthusiast website. Fact is the car is becomming more of an appliance than a statement.

      These stickers will be what sets your $15,000 ride from the other $15,000 rides.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Turd polish.. now in sparkly, matte, and glossy.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I wonder if you can get the majority of these on the Maxima?
      • 4 Years Ago
      I don't mind the racing stripes. I would never get them, but they're not horrible. White stripe on the red cube doesn't look bad. I've always liked stripes on Coopers.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow - my refrigerator had the same problem when my kids spilled the blue mystery drink all over the door!

      Of course, my refrigerator is a lot more stylish than the white appliance in the picture.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I know everyone has different tastes but the only vinyl on my white F150 would be two blue racing stripes down the middle!
        • 4 Years Ago
        Settle down whiskers, it would just be for looks. White with blue stripes on a Mustang or a truck looks nice! And actually, trucks are raced. So I could if I wanted to modify my engine.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Because you take your F150 to the race track almost every weekend and race it in clouds of smoke, right?
      • 4 Years Ago
      Further proof of which auto company's at the front of the pack in ideas and design.

      Custom graphics, turbo motors for improved mileage and power, and all the rest of the innovations going on today, and to think the pioneer was a company that was left for dead just four years ago.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I want rear disc breaks, not stupid graphics.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Why do you want 'custom' paint jobs that others will have too?
        • 4 Years Ago
        You can get something custom as well...
      • 4 Years Ago
      I hope there's a Stay-Puft logo option for the white ones.
      • 4 Years Ago
      How the 'stylists' have wrecked the Cube.

      Once it was a neat and tight design.

      Now it's an ugly jelloid blob.

      As for those pathetic so-called graphics - one word: 'ugh'.
        • 4 Years Ago
        DJ you can get any graphics you want with the Nissan program, you can design your own, have our guys make something custom or hire an outside source. It's just a way for you to get OEM approved graphics so you can make your vehcile not look like the other 10,000 silver, white red, black cars without going to a mom and pop shop who's not going to stand buy their work use cheap material and the million other issues that can pop up. It's just nice to have a 3 year 36,000 guarantee with a product. If you take good care of it, it will last 5-8 years and will leave the car looking like new when you go sell it or trade it in, Protects it from the outside elements and dings and scratches like a clear bra. This isn't the same stuff as the 60-90's this new technology developed by 3M and the first OEM approved product.
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