World’s most expensive car + World’s most expensive polish = Awesomeness
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is undoubtedly one of the most exotic car that one would want to have in their garage. The trick is, only a few can have that privilege as it carries a hefty price tag of £2.1million. Now a four wheeler of that stature requires the most expansive care and for this very reason Jack Barclay showroom in Mayfair, West London decided to hire personnel from Topaz Dealing to embellish the carbon fiber and polished aluminum body a new look. For this they closely examined the car’s paint job with a microscope to detect even the tiniest of imperfections.
Thereafter, they removed the anomalies using a process called paint correction which analyses the depth of paint layers made up of primer, lacquer and paint of-course. To do this the experts removed the slightest of imperfections using highest grade polish. The paint-stacking process then heads on to the ultrasonic depth measurement of the small sections of car that took around eight hours to complete. Overall, this whole process took around 60 hours, after which the supercar with a top speed of 255mph got an all new shiny avatar.
Now, a task like this wouldn’t come cheap would it? You are darn right. It costs anywhere between £2,500 and £3,000 to remove even the tiniest of zits from this aerodynamically designed car. I guess that much money wouldn’t be a problem for someone who has already made-up his/her mind to lay hands on one of these supercars.