I posted a thread on center console vinyl wrapping. I'll just paste the instructions here
I hope it helps
Tools you need
1. Pry tool (I don't recommend using flat head screw driver, it will damage the plastic!)
2. +head screw driver
Here is the link to do the first few steps
Note: Put the car on neutral and use the foot brake, then turn off the car. Because the shift **** will be in the way when you are removing the front piece of center console when it is in park.
After you remove the side panels (four pieces total) in the link, remove the cup holder
First open the center storage compartment, the cup holder only requires pry tool to remove, work from the rear side to the front, reason being is that all the clips are on the side except there is one at the very front, kinda like battery cover of our TV remote.
Once you remove the cup holder and disconnect the connectors, remove the back piece of the center console (notice the whole center console is actually in two pieces, rear is the one with eco/normal/sport switch.)
Same thing, it only requires pry tool, but it is tighter than cup holder, pry the part from the very back and work your way to the front, do not pry from either left or right side to the other, once the back side is lifted, then you can slowly apply even prying force from both left and right sides. As long as you don't yank it, you shouldn't have to worry about breaking it. Remember, TAKE YOUR TIME!
Now it's time to remove the buttons and the fuel injection mode control button, the fuel injection button it self is a clip, pry that off first, because you can't pull that thing from the bottom, then unscrew four screw at the bottom, finally release all the clip holders on the side and simply pull the whole thing from the bottom.
Then move on to the front center console piece, now you should be able to see the clips from the side since you removed the side panels at the beginning, just a reminder there is a clip kinda angled on each side, so work with the direction of the clip
Finally, unscrew the screws that holds the leather parts of the shift ****.
Let me know if you have further questions