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Porsche Cayenne – Gloss Enhancement Detailing Package

The Cayenne is Porsche’s answer to the SUV market and on its release in 2003, marked a significant departure from Porsche’s trademark sports car designs. Exceeding all expectations, the second-generation Cayenne arrived in 2011 and benefited from several modifications including LED daytime running lights, tailgate tail lights and a more exaggerated slanting roof-line for improved […]

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Aston Martin V8 Vantage – Restored and Protected – Part II

In Restored and Protected – Part I we highlighted the multi-stage machine polishing required to remove serious defects from the Aston Martin’s paint and it was now ready to have paint protection film (PPF) strategically installed on the car prior to the remaining paintwork, wheels and glass being ceramic coated. XPEL’s specialist software creates highly customised patterns […]

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Aston Martin V8 Vantage – Restored and Protected – Part I

The Aston Martin Vantage has an undeniable appeal to it. Sleek, well-proportioned and, many would agree, painfully pretty, it also carries the aura associated with the Aston Martin badge. Classy, elegant and yet one look at the car itself is enough to deliver that thrill of anticipation. That only ramps up once the engine is […]

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Lotus Turbo Esprit prepared for the Lotus 70th Anniversary Party

Lotus is a British manufacturer of lightweight sports cars and racing cars. Founded by Colin Chapman who built his first competition car in 1948, Lotus Engineering was inaugurated in 1952 and has gone on to enjoy success both on the track and off. Now a global brand, Lotus is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a […]

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Proudly Flying The Flag – Jaguar F-Type British Design Edition

Released in 2016, Jaguar’s British Design Edition of the enormously popular F-Type is marketed as ‘the quintessential modern British sports car, more British than ever’. Promising more drama, excitement and Britishness than centre court at Wimbledon (with a helping of strawberries and cream), one might expect the F-type British Edition to fall short of the […]

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