Tesla damaged our bonnet during a recent service visit to replace the windscreen - they chipped the trailing edge of the bonnet in at least 4 places. Tesla have agreed to fix this, but the car will be sent away to their body shop. As our car has been ceramic coated, I was concerned with how the repair will be undertaken. I don't mind a localised invisible touch up, in fact that is my preference. But if a full respray of the bonnet is undertaken, then I am not so happy as Tesla refuse to put the car back to the state it was in prior to them doing the work as it has third party products, ie ceramic coat, on the paint. To add to this, Tesla's attitude comes across as 'not our problem as you added third party coating' and of course, in typical Tesla fashion, you then get stonewalled. All it requires is them being open to discussion as to how the work will be undertaken. Does anyone have any experience of how Tesla bodyshops undertake this sort of work - ie full respray or touch-up? Does anyone actually know who the bodyshop is for Tesla Brooklands so I can discuss it direct with them? Chips to trailing edge of the bonnet (and wiper arm also damaged) attached.