Automotive Films Market size valued at USD 4.65 billion in 2020 and expected to reach USD 6.30 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period 2021 to 2026. A thin laminate film is called an automotive film applied on the internal and external parts of a vehicle. There are two kinds of automotive films such as paint protection films and window films. It is possible to change the appearance of the vehicle completely with the help of these films as they enhance the appearance greatly. Various kinds of window tinting films are applied in automotive-like hybrid tint, metalized window tint, carbon window tint, ceramic window tint and dyed window tint. Such automotive films give prevention to the automotive interior from thermal, solar radiation. They also provide safety and privacy features to the passengers. Metals like nickel chrome, dyes and aluminum are used to make such window tinting films. Paint prevention films give automotive custom paint, which defends from road damage, to be very fresh and faultless and resistance to stains and surface toughness. Another major use of automotive wrap films is to provide a combination of shades as well as finishes for the creation of truly unique as well as pioneering designs. Automotive films are extensively used in commercial vehicle and passenger cars.