At OCDetail we have worked on hundreds of Tesla's. Making sure we always strive to meet and exceed expectation with any service preformed. That commitment to service and excellence brought us an amazing opportunity. A customer with a very low number Signature Model X P90D enlisted me to go take delivery for him so I could protect his X right out of the gate. Painfully I agreed. Tragic when you have to drive someones brand new X before they ever see it. Really cool experience Cool care package you get with it Made it back the shop in one piece and with out incident. Drives amazing! I've worked on a few X's but this being the first and such an early Sig.... Some of the employees from Walnut Creek Tesla stopped to check it out because they had not been up close with an X yet. Very nice group, they were really excited too. Side note... Do I get bragging rights I got up close and personal with an X before Tesla employees :biggrin: The day I picked it up it looked good. The day it left it was stunning. The goal was to protect from impacts, and the environment. We added a few things along the way like tint and powder coating wheels. First thing with kinda of application is prep work. We started with a full paint correction Sanding scratches! This happens when during the painting process when dust gets stuck in the clear coat. Buffer Haze. This is cause by "rushed" or improper use of a buffer More buffer Haze! but not to worry our multi step correction with proper buffer..... Looks like this! Clear reflection and no marks! Before After! So correction went on for a few says and feel free to check out my photo bucket album here. After this we started our Xpel Coverage We alway check our work. I remember seeing this when I was correcting the paint but got a phone call. So during film I noticed it and took care of it. The importance of checking your work! We are as OCD as they come but we are still human. And anyone who has met me noticed I'm pretty high energy guy. So SQUIRREL! So we polished it out and kept going on film The impact area's we decided to cover with film is the full front end, lights, mirrors, door pillars, the black pieces between the falcon doors and front rear glass, the lower rocker(above pic), the A pillars, and the complete rear bumper. I figured this would cover all my basis for typical use. After all our correction and film was done the wheels were pulled to get powder coated Turbine gray. We also detailed the brake calipers and coated them with 4 coats of Cquartz Dlux. Back from powder coatings coated with Cquartz Finest! Ok now to the fun part. After all our prep was done, and film, and window tint, and wheels. We coated the entire vehicle with 4 layers of Cquartz Finest nano coating. Cquartz Finest is the most exclusive coating in the world and the only coating the really scrutinizes installers before allowing them to use their product. There are tons of new coatings flooding the market and they all strengths and weaknesses but no matter how good it is.... If the installer doesn't prep the car right, if the installer does not apply it right, you will end up with sub par results. Finest installers always deliver and is the reason its the benchmark when mark comparing coatings. Drum roll!!!! Thats what a new X should look like! Can you see the Xpel? Ready for take off! Forgot mention we Xpel'd the spoiler as well! Dat Gloss! And will Cquartz Finest it will stay that way! The Interior was protected with Cquartz leather and fabric for a OE Matte look and appearance. No slimy whale blubber look here! And now this light color will clean effortlessly. These scratches were deep and in a tricky area Nothing we couldn't handle! Notice the satin appearance on all the trim. We coated it with Cquartz as well so it will stay that way! Simply blinding! The sun doesn't lie! Thats a flawless finish! That paint looks like you could swim in it! And some people say Xpel film isn't that glossy.... We tend to disagree A "New" Car An OCDetail approved New car! The difference is clear! Thank you for looking Joseph Torbati Bay Area OCDetail Same service on this one! That makes 4 so far!