[VIDEO] 2020 Corvette Stingray is Wrapped in Satin Black with Red Accents

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[VIDEO] 2020 Corvette Stingray is Wrapped in Satin Black with Red Accents


Here’s an interesting wrap job on a 2020 Corvette Stingray that is owned by a YouTuber named Christina Khalil. She is not one that I follow although I am aware she has been posting Corvette content on her channel.

However, her latest video caught my eye as she had her 2020 Arctic White Stingray wrapped in what is described as Satin Black with Satin Smoldering Red racing stripes and accents and with the tinted windows it gives the car a very aggressive stance.

With the high wing and red calipers, the mid-engine Corvette screams exotic car and when she is driving the car on the streets, she makes the case that those unfamiliar with the car aren’t exactly sure what she is driving.

That’s a testament to the mid-engine design that has only been obtainable on high-end luxury sportscars as well as the custom wrap that gives your Corvette whatever attitude you want it to project.

From Christina Khalil via YouTube:


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Christina Khalil / YouTube

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20 COMMENTS

  1. It’s called “Gloss-Allergy”.
    So, if the customer wants a NO gloss finish, should Bowling Green offer a primer only finish forgoing the additional color, pearl and clearcoat layers? The primer finish could be offered at a discount when the car is ordered, rather than later spending an additional $3000 for that dull finish. After years of polishing to a glass-like finish, just calling it how it appears to me. The only Corvettes I’ve owned that looked like that had been left out in the elements for 20 years.

  2. @Dan Grote, you are not far off. Women like this are professional Instagram “like hunters”, for lack of using more colorful terminology I frequently read that describes these types.

    She is not contributing to our community. Not one bit.

  3. When I was young we were able to get a finish like that for 20$ worth of rattle can paint and yesterday’s Long Island press to tape off the windows

  4. I’m so proud of our community right now! Post this elsewhere and someone will pull the old “there’s a corvette in that video lolol” joke within the first three comments. Way to go everyone!

  5. to me it looks like primer , when I was young my cars looked like that can you tell me what it cost to do a rap like that . I could save you thousands with a spray bomb. please tell me why young people like totally blacked out cars.

  6. I prefer the car as it was. The girl is okay looking, but nothing to write home about. Different strokes for different folks I guess!

  7. I agree, this finish totally cheapens the car. I also think all the red accents are tacky. I have my name on a wait list to order this because I was so in love with the new design. After watching this video it just spoiled the car and I am even doubting ordering as the car looked so “ugly”.

  8. Totally spoiled the design of the car. I agree, this finish totally cheapens the car. I also think all the red accents are tacky. I have my name on a wait list to order this because I was so in love with the new design. After watching this video it just spoiled the car and I am even doubting ordering as the car looked so “ugly”.

  9. I read the average price of a new Vette is 75K. So why would you spend that kind of money and NOT get the color you wanted? Another example of more $ than cents (sense).

  10. Oh yeah she’s hot and she knows it, ultra high maintenance. If she came into your life, after 30 minutes you would be sorry.

  11. From one of the fine colors on a C8 to a rather poor wrap job and only a so-so design on the red accents. others have pointed out the incomplete job. I don’t know enough about the owner to make any judgements there. The good news, is that for plenty of money, the wrap can be removed; the sooner, the better. AF

  12. Out of curiosity, how does the cost of a good wrap compare to the cost of a good repaint? Also, how difficult is it to have a wrap removed and leave no trace? Can you do it yourself or should the removal be done by a professional, and if the latter, at what cost?

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