This supercar bubble wrap cover can protect against anything

A portable home for your car.
  • The inflatable car cover comes in many different sizes
  • You can store your bikes or even trucks using this cover
  • The cover’s length can vary from 10 to 24 feet

Published on Mar 20, 2024 at 1:11PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 20, 2024 at 7:10PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

If you own a supercar and love your vehicle, then you definitely need to get this inflatable car cover capsule.

In the video, we tested the car capsule by throwing multiple random objects onto the car.

Each drop had me at the edge of my seat, but the inflatable car cover capsule properly protected the vehicle from any harm throughout.

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The inflatable car capsule comes in many different sizes and shapes.

You can even use it to store your bikes or even trucks.

The size of the inflatable supercar cover can vary from 10 to 24 feet.

Obviously, it is even waterproof, just like the Cybertruck’s tonneau cover.

Of course, these kinds of covers can prevent your car from getting scratched.

However, they can’t save you from terrible TikTok car hacks so be careful.

The inflatable car cover can bounce off most of the objects thrown against it.

It might even be able to save your supercar from a runaway tire.

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