Getting paint protection right after buying a high-end car has become the norm in some parts of the world. It’s what the owner of this brand new 2020 Audi RS6 Avant did by taking his speedy wagon to Staffordshire Car Care where PPF was applied at the front fascia. Some people prefer to do the whole car for maximum protection against chips and scratches, but this menacing black example only got it for the hood, bumper, and front fenders.
It’s oddly satisfying to see the high-performance Avant receive a thorough cleaning before the professionals get to work on applying paint protection. This is actually the most expensive RS6 money can buy in the United Kingdom as it’s the Vorsprung edition with all the bells and whistles. It’s positioned above the standard model and the Carbon Black by featuring everything from a panoramic glass sunroof to a head-up display.
The RS6 Vorsprung kicks off at £106,400 and has the higher top speed limiter allowing the driver to hit 174 mph (280 km/h). It’s also fitted with numerous glossy accents and the RS-sports suspension Plus with Dynamic Ride Control (DRC), while those 22-inch wheels come with a titanium matt gloss turned finish and are stopped efficiently by the ceramic brakes.
We’ve browsed Staffordshire Car Care’s website and discovered they offer paint protection film with unlimited warranty and a free check. They also have ceramic coating as a more expensive option along with a new car protection package. It bundles interior, wheel, and glass protection to maintain that new car feel for as long as possible.
We’re finding this whole process of applying PPF on a car quite shooting to watch, and when the vehicle in question is an RS6 Avant in the right spec, that makes it even better. We’re glad more and more shops offering paint protection services are showing how it’s done through videos posted on YouTube, and we also enjoy they prefer to feature more desirable cars.