Porsche’s Digital ‘Second Skin’ Program Lets You Wrap Your Car in Custom Colors And Designs

The choice is yours.

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Porsche is launching a new official custom car wrap service called “Second Skin” that lets owners wrap their cars in bold, racing-inspired designs with via a new website.

All current Porsche models can be customized via just a few clicks with classic motorsports liveries, unavailable colors, and graphics from artists and designers. While the site doesn’t go live until next month, Gear Patrol reports that Porsche fanatics can get a sneak peak at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race this weekend.


The website is in the early stages right now, but goes fully live in July. However, before that, a real-time showcase of Second Skin’s work will be on track June 15th and 16th during the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

A Porsche 911 RSR competing in the long-distance race for the Porsche-customer-team Project 1 while sporting a wrap designed by New York artist Richard Phillips. Phillips, along with Porsche Digital and Second Skin, combined three of his most famous works into one for the Le Mans car, creating one very loud, very creative motorsport livery. 

Second Skin, which for now is exclusive to Germany but could be heading stateside, is priced at €4000 (approximately $4,517).