Watch how a very rare Porsche Carrera GTZ By Zagato is “pulled” into a protective film

Watch how a very rare Porsche Carrera GTZ By Zagato is “pulled” into a protective film

April 8, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Specialists from Yiannimize published a video showing a rather long and complicated process of applying a professional protective film to the body of a very rare Porsche Carrera GTZ By Zagato.

  Many dream of being behind the wheel of a supercar, but actually owning and maintaining such cars is a little nightmare. Changing the oil and cleaning the engine compartment of this Porsche Carrera GT, for example, costs more than $ 1,500 a year, and to this figure we must add the annual insurance costs, the storage costs of the car itself, etc. Do not forget that these cars also need proper care for their body, and this is the topic we are going to discuss here.

Yiannimize is a company from London (Great Britain) that deals with tight-fitting bodies of very expensive cars with a special protective film. The guys just posted a very interesting video. It details and shows how the super-rare Porsche Carrera GT is “pulled” into a professional film to protect auto paint. But first, let’s talk about the car itself.

 This Carrera GT is one of six engineers modified by the legendary Italian design studio Zagato copies of the German sports coupe.

The most obvious changes compared to the “standard” Carrera GT are the unique engine hood, exhaust pipes, rear diffuser and front bumper shields. In general, after all the work, the car body has become a little lighter, and the front part has a slightly higher ground clearance – something you will definitely appreciate if you use your supercar as a daily car.

 And now about the most protective film. The installation process, even for ordinary cars, is quite complicated, not to mention this unique Porsche. The team had to create new templates before applying a protective film to the body itself. Yiannimize actually had some ready-made templates for the Carrera GT from previous customers, and this helped them achieve film coverage of the largest possible body area.