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Jaguar XK-R 5.0 V8 Supercharged Coupe – A Big Cat Ready To Prowl

The 5.0L V8 supercharged XK-R surprised many when it roared on to the scene in 2009, not least as many car manufacturers were in the processes of downgrading engines rather than ‘super’ sizing them. However, remarkably quickly, the critics forgot about the extra cylinders and focused instead on the beast Jaguar had created! The new […]

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BMW M6 – German Performance Meets Japanese Nanotechnology

BMW’s M badge represents a beautiful blend of elegance, luxury and superior build quality with an understated appearance that belies its athletic ability. The 2016 model uses a twin-turbo 4.4-litre V-8 capable of delivering a peak 560 horsepower between 6,000 and 7,000 rpm, as well as producing a peak 500 ft lbs of torque at […]

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Range Rover Evoque SD4, Restored, Protected and Ready For Action

The Evoque was first produced in 2011 and was designed to bring a new customer to the Range Rover brand by appealing to the urban buyer with its sleek look, better fuel economy and lower emissions rating than the larger relative. Departing from the traditional body-on-shell construction adopted by most off-road vehicles, the Evoque uses […]

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Porsche Boxster RS 60 Spyder – Restoring A Future Classic

In 1960, a silver Porsche Type 718 RS 60 Spyder won its first overall victory in the 12 Hours of Sebring race. A surprise victory for the 718, thought to be out-powered and outclassed by the competition, the result gave rise to Porsche’s reputation as a ‘Giant Killer’. It is just this type of win […]

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Cosmetically Restoring A Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible

Bentley cars have long been synonymous with the ultimate in class and comfort and with the Continental GT Speed, fans of the winged 8-ball can add sporting performance to the description. The ‘Speed’ designation harks back to the Le Mans 24-hour race-winning Speed Six and is utterly appropriate for a grand tourer capable of 0-60mph […]

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Ferrari 488 Spider – The Ultimate New Car Protection Package

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 over its predecessor. Featuring an all-aluminium dry sump, the gearbox is based on the 458’s and controlled through […]

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New Car Protection – Why Choose An Independent Detailing Studio?

For many, the purchase of a new vehicle represents one of the largest financial events in life, second only to a mortgage. As a result, it makes sense that as a new owner, your priority is to ensure that investment is protected to preserve its aesthetic appearance and by extension, its resale value. Having a […]

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2017 Porsche Macan GTS – Dual-Layer New Car Protection

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! The 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine produces 0-100km/h (0-62mph) 5.2 seconds and 265 kW (360 hp) at 6,000 along […]

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Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) – Restoring A Japanese Classic (Part 2)

With the paintwork now corrected and refined, it was time to turn attention to protecting the various substrates and completing the finishing touches that would completely transform the GT-R. First up, it was important to carefully apply the newly arrived Nissan badges and vinyl stickers to the uncoated paintwork. Fitting the badges and stickers is […]

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Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) – Restoring A Japanese Classic (Part 1)

Aimed at the luxury sport market, the Nissan Skyline has long been popular with Japanese performance car enthusiasts. Immortalised in Playstation’s Grand Turismo, the Skyline GT-R captured the imagination of a new generation and arguably became an automotive legend. The R33 was introduced in 1995 replacing the R32 and although it retained much of the technical […]

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