The Ferrari 488 is a mid-engined, 2-seater sports car that replaced the 458 in 2016. Constructed from an aluminium monocoque shell, the 488 design sees a number of refinements and improvements to the exterior and the performance
Category: New Car Protection
Suprisingly, new cars are rarely delivered to their expectant owners with a high quality scratch free finish! Often poor preparation techniques cause micro marring and holograms whilst the use of traditional dealer-applied polymer sealants do not adequately protect the paintwork from scratching and UV damage.
With the Macan GTS, Porsche has once more taken inspiration from the racetrack and made it practical enough for the road. Practical, but once behind the wheel it’s immediately obvious the Macan GTS is anything but ordinary!
There are estate cars and then there’s the new Mercedes-AMG E63 S V8 BiTurbo Estate, arguably, in a class all its own. Offering business-class comfort, the new E63 S combines racetrack performance with ultimate practicality and a
New Car Protection requires that new cars, by definition, are in an ‘as new’ condition cosmetically. However, unfortunately, experience has shown this is not always the case. Whilst on the surface, the paintwork may look shiny, closer
Lexus is a brand long associated with luxury, but with the LC 500, the brand took on the challenge of combining luxury with a sporting edge to deliver a car unlike any other. The gentleman in charge
Popular since its release around ten years ago, the Audi A5 is now entering its second generation. The facelift version has smooth, sleek lines with all the understated elegance enthusiasts of this quality German marque have come
New Car Protection Treatments have been growing in popularity as the phenomenon of the ‘ceramic coating’ has become increasingly widely known. Based on nanotechnology, ceramic coatings are inherently tough as their molecules have a small volume compared
Mercedes has been rethinking model designations and in a midlife facelift exercise, has now replaced the SLK with the SLC. Along with the name change, out too, is the naturally-aspirated V8 engine found in the SLK55, replaced