Extreme Vehicle Protection Car Cover Update | Shark Tank Season 7

Matthew Harris and Kenny Lerner have created a product that will keep your vehicle safe from water damage up to three feet. Will the sharks want to invest during Shark Tank Season 7? Read our Extreme Vehicle Protection update to find out!

Shark Tank Extreme Vehicle Protection Update

Extreme Vehicle Protection Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Matthew Harris and Kenny Lerner
  • Business: Cover for cars that protect against flooding
  • Ask: $50,000 for 20% equity
  • Result: $50,000 for 33.3% equity
  • Shark: Daymond John

Matthew and Kenny walked into Shark Tank Season 7 to talk about their Extreme Vehicle Protection product, a cover that could keep cars safe in floods. A driver would drive straight into the Extreme Vehicle Protection bags, which would then seal around the car.

EVP Extreme Vehicle Protection Car Cover - Fully Protects Against Flooding & Strong Winds - Floodproof/Windproof/Dustproof/Scratch Resistant Carport - Medium (12’ x 24’)

With protection from 24 to 36 inches of rising tide and floodwaters, EVP is designed to keep your car, powersport vehicle, and outdoor furniture safe when the weather threatens your valuable property. 360° Weather Protection - The EVP is not just a cover, it fully protects whatever you put in it. 

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Robert Herjavec got to test it out on a car they brought to the tank. Kevin O’Leary compared the product to a car-specific Ziploc, while Robert said that as a self-defined car guy he’d already encountered a similar type of cover before. 

When asked about numbers, the guys said they’d sold around 150 units at car shows and body shops. Mark Cuban immediately went out because he didn’t see growth potential in the investment.

Robert liked the idea but didn’t think people thought much of their cars in extreme weather cases. He went out. Lori Greiner was not interested in the aesthetic of the product and confessed she wasn’t a car person before also going out.

Kevin offered to throw in $50,000 along with a sales platform and his very qualified team. In exchange, he wanted $30 per unit in perpetuity.

Daymond John interrupted to offer $50,000 and a similar sales platform to Kevin’s. In exchange, he wanted to be a third partner with 33.3% equity.

Matthew and Kenny wanted to know if Kevin was going for unlimited royalties. Kevin countered with $30 per unit until 1,000 units had been sold. Daymond told the business partners that they’d prefer someone invested in the product, like him.

In the end, Matthew and Kenny agreed with Daymond and accepted his deal. Let’s take a look at our Extreme Vehicle Protection update to see what happened after Shark Tank.

Our Extreme Vehicle Protection update reveals that the company experienced success after it was featured on Shark Tank. Matthew and Kenny were able to create new products to expand the brand. Products can be purchased on Amazon or on the Extreme Vehicle Protection website. 

We are unsure of how much revenue Matthew and Kenny are bringing in, but it seems they are on the right track. If we get more news on an Extreme Vehicle Protection update, we will be sure to let you know.

Would you like to find out about the other companies featured in Season 7 Episode 28? Follow the links below to read about the other company updates in the episode.

Are you interested to find out even more on companies and products? Check out our Season 7 Products Page before you go!


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