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Auto Super Shield and the Ride 2 Revive Children’s Charity Event

At Auto Super Shield, we like to protect beautiful things. We like to improve the artistic mastery of every car with paint, and we like to improve the precious lives of every child with cancer. That’s why we teamed up with the “Ride2Revive” Children’s Cancer Foundation for children with terminal cancer.

Lamborghini for Ride to Revive Childrens Charity

Inspirational Lamborghini for Ride to Revive Children’s Charity

Ride2Revive gives these sick children the opportunity of a lifetime – to ride with a celebrity in a red hot Lamborghini. What a great charity! For these kids, all of whom are going through medical treatments for diseases which could take their lives, the memory of their time spent with a celebrity is cemented by the adrenaline that always comes with a ride in a Lambo.

They make those memories by treasure hunting their way through the day, solving clues on their maps which take them to a variety of exciting activities. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether they’re more excited to take part in the activities or take a ride in one of those cars, but we’re pretty sure they thoroughly enjoy both.

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Protecting The Exterior Of Your Race Car – What Are The Available Options?

Considering the amounts of money, effort and time that go into building and maintaining a high performance race car, it is only logical to put an equal effort into protecting the exterior. Thankfully, decades of evolution and innovation in the realm of paint protection have allowed the industry to blossom into something that could not have been imagined only 40 years ago. The methods involved in protecting a race car these days run the gamut from traditional to highly unique. Here are a few of the most common approaches to protecting the exterior of a race car.

Patron Race Car / how to protect your race car

Patron Race Car

Keeping your Race Car Inside of a Trailer

The most fundamental way of protecting your race car’s exterior from the outside elements is to keep it in a trailer whenever it’s not in use, and certainly whenever it’s in motion anywhere other than the race track. An airtight trailer will protect a racecar from the elements while allowing it ample space. While this is an excellent means of keeping an exterior unblemished during the transfer of an automobile, a trailer is merely the first step of the protection process for those that are serious about their vehicles. If you want to fully protect the exterior of your race car, keep reading!

Keeping your Race Car Covered when Possible

Millions of people all over the globe successfully keep their prized automobiles under covers that range from fiberglass to fabric, but it is a much more involved process with a race car. In order to insure that the product will guard the exterior of the vehicle to a worthwhile extent, painstaking and often expensive tailoring must be performed. In prior decades, many drivers opted to keep their cars covered in light yet highly protective fabrics. While this practice worked well enough for many of the world’s best drivers of yesteryear, it has recently given way to a far superior means of protecting the exterior of a race car, regardless of whether it is sitting in a showroom or flying around a corner at 179 miles per hour. Be smart – protect your cars exterior finish as much as possible.

Using AutoSuperShield on your Race Car

The best option for protecting your race car’s exterior involves getting in contact with us here at AutoSuperShield. After years of perfecting the science and engineering behind our state-of-the-art automobile paint protection film, we are now providing complete protection services to the general public for incredibly reasonable prices. Experts are waiting to carefully craft a custom design that fits every inch of your race car like a glove. Not only is the paint protection film completely see-through and entirely unnoticeable, it is also capable of doing incredible things when it comes to protecting a vehicle’s exterior. The patented 3M Scotchgard film is prepared to an impact with a one ounce stone at 100 miles per hour without leaving any mark of evidence that the incident occurred.

Don’t regret it, protect your cars exterior finish today!



An Expert Wrap for an Artful Car: A Color Change Wrap for a Ferrari 599

The professionals at Auto Super Shield go above and beyond when they wrap a car, and we’re showing off our new 3M Scotchprint Wrap Film on a car that goes above and beyond – the Ferrari 599. This beautiful predecessor to the Ferrari Berlinetta gets the professional treatment that we give to every car that comes to us. The beautiful red paint on this treasured car is not only protected, but turned a glossy bright white with a Luxury Paint Wrap. And working on a Ferrari? A fun project for sure!

Ferrari 599 Color Change Wrap with 3M Scotchprint

Ferrari 599 Color Change Wrap – Before Photo

Regular wrap jobs leave painted surfaces exposed. The door jams, the nooks, the crannies, they get left unwrapped. Seams in the wrap take away from the sleek surfaces that give a car its glamor. At Auto Super Shield, we use top of the line 3M Scotchprint film on each and every surface to ensure that our work goes the distance. The expert Auto Super Shield wrap on this 599 creates a superior painted look that doesn’t just shine, it glows.

A bright white wrap on a deep red Ferrari would highlight any wrap that is less than perfection. Showing off the work we put into every single wrap, we went the distance. Other wrap companies won’t remove the headlights and badges to wrap around and beneath them, but we do, and the effect on the Ferrari is remarkable. You’d never know it originally rolled in red and was transformed to bright white with a luxury paint wrap.

We didn’t stop there. We accented this sparkling white wrap by completely smoking out the rear taillights with deep black paint, and put a smoke tinted film to the side markers, turn signals and rear reflectors. It’s these details that are often overlooked when a car is wrapped, but at Auto SuperShield, we show them off.

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3M Color Stable Window Tint smokes out the rest of the 599’s windows, and there’s nothing like a nice, deep tint to make bright colors pop. We still weren’t done – remember, it’s the details that make the difference to us. Even the center console was removed so that we could thoroughly wrap it in 3M Carbon Fiber Film.

What we did to this incredible Ferrari 599 is better than any high end paintwork. Wrapping a Ferrari with new color is always a cool project! And rest assured, it looks like that paint, but it’s much more. While making this artfully designed car into a bright white masterpiece with glossy black trim, our new 3M Scotchprint Wrap Film is protecting the original Ferrari red paint underneath.  “Let the World Know What Drives You” at Auto SuperShield!

Ferrari 599 Color Change Wrap - Completed Installation Photo

Ferrari 599 Color Change Wrap – Completed Installation Photo

3M Crystalline Automotive Window Films Rule the Market. Available at Auto SuperShield in Florida.

3M Crystalline Automotive Films are simply the best window films that are currently on the market. The technology in 3M Crystalline Automotive films goes further than even the industry-leading protection that they provide for your vehicle’s windows. They also do an absolutely incredible job rejecting and blocking the sun’s heat producing infrared light without darkening the windows like regular window tints, and do not at all interfere with the cell phone and GPS signals that are so vital to the optimum functioning of the navigation and communication technologies upon which we have come to rely.

3M Crystalline Window Tint

3M Crystalline Window Tint

3M Crystalline Automotive Films utilize exclusive optical film technology that combines over 200 layers into film that is actually thinner than a piece of paper. These films protect your vehicle’s windows against bothersome scratches that can be expensive to repair.

Their protection extends beyond just the windows as well. 3M Crystalline Automotive Films can reject up to 97% of the infrared light that produces the heat which can make the interior almost unbearable on hot and sunny days. This means that the films can block up to 60% of the heat that comes into your vehicle through the windows.

Even the Skin Cancer Foundation touts the health benefits that automotive ultraviolet (UV) protection films provide. Harmful UV rays can pose a number of dangers, especially to frequent drivers. Exposure to UV rays can cause sunburn, accelerate skin aging, increase the risk of skin cancer and create a great many problems for people who have diseases, such as xeroderma pigmentosum and lupus, that involve photosensitivity.

3M Crystalline Automotive Films do not darken your windows like regular window tinting films. By allowing up to 90% of the light into your vehicle, they do not cause the darkening effects of traditional window tints that can impair nighttime visibility and, if they are too dark, can even break the automobile window visibility laws that are in place in many states.

Not many people know or rely upon their vehicles like the race car drivers that compete in NASCAR events. Their race cars are some of the most advanced automotive marvels on the planet, and utilize cutting edge automotive technology day in and day out. The fact that the famous NASCAR driver Greg Biffle uses 3M Crystalline Automotive Films to keep solar heat out of his vehicle, and enthusiastically endorses them as well, is a grand example of their incredible effectiveness.

The amazing 3M Crystalline Automotive Films are simply the very best in window films. They offer superior protection without changing the look of your vehicle or reducing the driver’s visibility. AutoSuperShield uses only the very best window films available, and that’s why the professionals at AutoSuperShield use 3M Crystalline Automotive Films. Everyone should take advantage of the extraordinary abilities of the leading-edge technology used in these window films.


Top 3 New Race Cars

What are the best race cars in 2012? We have a few choice selections for you to consider…

 2012 SAAB 9-3 TTA

2012 Saab 9-3 TTA

2012 Saab 9-3 TTA

Although the future of SAAb is uncertain since the company filed for bankruptcy in December 2011, this racecar is scheduled to race in the Swedish Racing Elite League, starting in May 2012.

The 9-3 is also offered as a street car, but the racecar designers, Flash Engineering and Team Tido, have high hopes of beating out the local and traditional rival of SAAb – Volvo in the Racing Elite League in Sweden.

With a V-6 engine and hybrid system, and 420 HP, the car has a 6 speed transmission. The rear diffuser and bigger rear spoiler helps to distinguish it from the street model.

2012 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3

Another car available as a street car is the Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3. The street car was modified into a racing car by changing the chassis to make the car stiffer and easier to handle on the track. It has a shorter wheelbase and a 6-speed transmission. With a 600 hp V12 engine, it is sure to give the competition a run for their money.

2012 BMW M3 DTM

BMW M3 DTM Race Car

BMW M3 DTM Race Car

With a 480 hp V-8 engine, the 2012 BMW M3 DTM can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds. It can reach top speeds of 186 mph. Built for the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM), a touring car road race in Germany; the car is restricted to regulations by DTM, much like Nascar has restrictions.

Top race cars entered in this race are of high technological advances because the size of the engine is restricted to V-8s, 4 litres. It is the engineer’s challenge to get the most horsepower out of that size engine. This car won first in show at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show.

Honorable Mention for 2013

2013 SRT Viper

In 2010, Dodge relinquished the making of the Viper. Still under the Chrysler Corporation, SRT took over the development of a new Viper, street legal and developed for racing as well. The new SRT has the Viper V-10 engine, but the horsepower has been bumped up to 640 and the torque at 600 foot pounds rivals that of Ferrari and Lamborghini. In fact, torque on the 2012 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 is 516, and on the 2012 BMW M3 DTM 500. The SRT goes from 0 to 60 mph in around 3.5 seconds.

Auto SuperShield

All of these race cars can greatly benefit from Auto SuperShield. A racecar is a tremendous investment. The 2012 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 will cost in excess of $1,300,000. Part of the allure of a racecar is its appearance and sleek lines. Installation of Auto SuperShield’s paint protection film will not only protect the paint, but will bring out the shine and make the car look new, exciting and built for speed. The best race cars in 2012? The ultimate decision rests with you!

Auto SuperShield is bringing luxury Chrome Paint Wraps to the USA!

Did you miss the unveiling of the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador “Au79” completely wrapped in our brand new gold chrome paint wrap at the Exotics and Espresso event in Miami yesterday?  Here are some photos of the vision in gold.

Au79 Project for Lamborgini Miami

Au79 Project for Lamborghini Miami

Au79 Project for Lamborghini Miami

Au79 Project for Lamborghini Miami – Gold Chrome Paint Wrap by Auto SuperShield

Au79 Project for Lamborghini Miami

Lamborghini Aventador Gold Chrome Paint Wrap by Auto SuperShield

Auto Super Shield, pioneers in automotive paint protection and Florida’s largest dealer of car protection film, unveiled the first-ever in the USA Gold Chrome Paint Wrap, a unique product that will transform any car into a vision of gold.

Want to stand out from the crowds?  Chrome wraps catch everyone’s eye.

Luxury Chrome Paint Wraps are exclusive Auto SuperShield technology.  Chrome Paint Wraps  that come in gold and silver chrome are the most popular; however, we have them in any other color you can imagine. We have perfected one of the only chrome wrapping films on the market today, and the technique to apply it perfectly to a vehicle in a full coverage, eye catching luxury paint wrap.

What are people – including the media – saying about chrome paint wraps? That they are the “ultimate” in vehicle paintwork art, the quintessential way to make your vehicle stand out. And because it’s so difficult to get a good photo with all the light, they have been described as “paparazzi proof” because of the light that bounces off the chrome surface. Amazing!

It’s important to note that chrome paint wrap film is one of the most challenging materials to work with and the process takes much longer than a standard paint wrap.  Auto SuperShield is at the forefront of developing brand new application techniques which make the process possible. But don’t be fooled, it’s still extremely difficult even for our experienced technicians. But, we pull it off every time!

If proper maintenance is performed on a regular basis, your Luxury Chrome Paint Wrap should last as long as or longer than a car covered with standard automotive paint.  The Chrome Paint Wrap actually keeps your car cooler, because the sun is reflected off the surface instead of being absorbed into the body.  Our Chrome Paint Wraps also have a scratch resistant top coat.

Chrome is definitely not for the shy and retiring but if you want your pride and joy, promotional car or race car to really stand out from the crowd then it may be just the finish you are looking for.

Questions? Contact us.



Au79 Project car for Lamborghini Miami

Lamborghini Aventador Gold Chrome Paint Wrap by Auto SuperShield

The Top 5 New Luxury and Exotic Cars

New luxury and exotic cars are beautiful to behold and wonders to drive. They are simply some of the most thrilling rides that four wheels have to offer, and those who are lucky enough to own them cherish them like the treasures that they are. At prices ranging above and beyond $100,000, the following five cars are the very best that the luxury and exotic market have to offer.

2012 Aston Martin Virage

Aston Martin Virage

2012 Aston Martin Virage

The 2012 Aston Martin Virage Coupe and its convertible variant, the Virage Volante, has a powerful 6.0 liter V12 that can put out an enormous 490 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque. The 2012 Virage and Virage Volante can go from 0-62 mph in only 4.6 seconds and top out at 186 mph. They are stunningly is a sleek and shining models of beautiful high-end luxury.

2012 Bentley Continental GTC

Bentley’s line is built around the Continental, and the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC is as good as the Continentals get. It’s unique W12 engine’s 567 horsepower and 516 lb.-ft. of torque rocket the GTC from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds and up to a top speed of 195 mph, and an all-wheel drive powertrain ensures abundant traction in any condition


2012 McLaren MP4-12C


2012 McLaren-MP4-12C

Not to be confused with the McLaren MP4/12 Formula One racecar, the 2012 McLaren MP4-12C is powered by a 3.8-liter V8 twin-turbo engine that delivers about 592 horsepower and 443 lb.-ft. of torque. It flies from 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds, 0-124 mph in 8.9 seconds (faster than many cars can reach 60 mph), and has a top speed of 205 mph. The MP4-12C is the definition of automotive performance, and is able to come to a full stop from 62 mph in a shocking 98 feet.

2012 Ferrari FF

Ferrari claims that the 2012 FF is the fastest four-seat automobile in the world. That’s a majestic claim, and one that Ferrari has every right to make. At 6.3 liters and 382.1 cubic inches, the 65 degree V12 engine under the hood of the FF has the largest capacity that Ferrari has ever put into a street legal vehicle. 651 horsepower and 504 lb.-ft. of torque get the FF from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds and up to a top speed of 208 mph. To top it off, the 2012 FF’s smooth yet aggressive design make it almost as pleasing to gaze upon as it is to drive.

2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4

The 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is made of carbon fiber, making it relatively weightless. Its lightweight L539 6.5-liter 60 degree V12 engine shoots the nimble car from 0-62 mph in a lightning-fast 2.9 seconds and to a top speed of 217 mph. Mounted at the rear of the car, the engine’s power is sent to all four wheels by the phenomenal Haldex 4WD electronic control system, providing excellent handling, and the car can be stopped in an instant by a set of large carbon-ceramic brakes. Its traditional Lamborghini looks can turn heads – that is, if they’re quick enough to see it.



These are the cars that fill our dreams at night, and they are always sure to be well-taken care of. Using Auto SuperShield’s protection paint protection film is one of the very best ways to keep your own automobile looking incredible every day, whether it’s luxurious, exotic or otherwise. Even if your vehicle isn’t a Lamborghini or a Ferrari, it can shine like one.

Top 8 Secrets on Keeping Your Luxury Car Paint Protection Like New!

Paint Protection Car Care

Proper Car Wash Steps:

Produce your best finish with the following tips.

1. Set yourself up for success. Never begin your work on a finish that is too hot to the touch. If necessary, move vehicle inside or find a way to block the sun’s rays until the finish is cool. A covered area helps to avoid issues such as wind, contaminants and heat.

2. Use cleaning products made specifically for cars. Soaps that clean and protect car finishes are a must. I like Meguiar’s Mirror Glaze Professional Car Wash. Washing products that include gloss enhancers (3M Gloss Enhancer) or surface conditioners are ideal. When it comes time to mixing the product, always use clean water and always follow directions. Keep an eye out for new innovative products and ask questions about its effectiveness for your project.

3. Use a two bucket system for car cleaning/washing exclusively. You don’t want a bucket used for a chemical spill clean up to also be used to clean your cars beautiful finish. It just doesn’t make sense. One bucket will have clean H2O used to rinse dirt and contaminants from a wash mitt. While the other bucket will contain clean car wash soap and H2O that will be used to reload your clean mitt for your next area to be washed. Make sense?

4. Synthetic wash mitts with plush and plentiful filaments are ideal for washing your ride. These mitts are made to draw dirt / contaminants from vehicle surface into their internal structure. Thus, minimizing the possibility of scratching the surface of the vehicle. Stay away from flat sided sponges and wash cloths because they tend to trap contaminants in the surface causing unwanted scratching. Micro fiber mitts and cotton chenille mitts are also good choices. Meguiar’s Miccrofiber Wash Mitts are a good choice.
Note: Never spray a chemical or H2O on hot wheels.

5. Wash tires and wheels first. Wash and rinse one wheel/tire at a time. Washing the body first, water will dry and spot up the painted surface before you finish washing wheels. Never use the same soap water used on the wheels on the vehicles finish. Thoroughly clean and refill buckets after cleaning the wheels. You can use a multi purpose cleaner.

6. Always wash a vehicle from the top down. Overlap wash strokes and do not use a circular motion on the painted surface. Using front to back cleaning strokes start in front of the vehicle working your way and finishing in the rear.

7. Rinse the finish often and thoroughly to prevent soap from building up and spotting the surface. If you’re washing outside always keep entire car wet to prevent spotting. Final Rinse: take sprayer head off hose end. With open ended hose simply allow free flowing water to roll over entire car. This process will cause water to sheet off the painted surface. Thus, shortening the drying process.

8. Drying the vehicle is best done with an air tool. An electric leaf blower is perfect for the job. It’s light, cheap, quick and very effective. Start from the top down. The leaf blower allows you to get standing water out of places you just can’t get to with a chamois. Mirrors, lug nut holes, grilles, wheels etc… are a snap to dry this way. Simply take a chamois at the end to wipe off any remaining water residue. Note: using air to dry vehicle eliminates the possibility of scratching your just cleaned finish.

Happy Motoring!


Top 5 Racing Events of the Year

For as long as there have been gasoline-powered automobiles, there have been automobile races. The first ever organized fixture was held in 1887 in France. It was won by a man named Georges Bouton; he was the only competitor.

Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway

Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway

Today, there are at least a dozen different types of automobile race. Globally speaking, the Top 3 racing championships are Formula One (F1), Le Mans and the IndyCar series. Of these, the Top 3 most prestigious individual racing events, those making up the coveted ‘Triple Crown’, are the Monaco Grand Prix (F1), the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Indianapolis 500. These are the best car racing events worldwide.

Drilling down to spots 4 and 5 gets a little bit tricky. Do you pick two more of the Top 3 championships, or move on to touring cars and sports car racing? I’m going to stick my neck out and say these are the V8 Supercars in Australia (touring cars) and the FIA GT1 World Championship (sports cars), respectively.

The Monaco Grand Prix has been running since 1929. The race is held on a street course with many changes in elevation and tight corners. Its proximity to water and the tunnel make for a technically demanding competition and thrilling viewing for the spectators. Monaco 2012 will be held on May 24-27.

Held every year since 1923, the 24 Heures du Mans is the oldest sports car endurance race. It’s a delicate balance of blazing speed versus, well, not falling apart. Each team has three drivers who drive in two-hour shifts. Le Mans 2012 will be held on June 16-17.

The Indianapolis 500 is run on Memorial Day each year. The race is 500 miles long on an oval track. Unlike Formula One, where each of the 17 tracks each year has different configurations and therefore vary in ease of overtaking, the lead is constantly changing right up until the finish line. The Indianapolis 500 will be run on May 27.

The V8 Supercar series takes place in all six states of Australia as well as New Zealand, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain. The races can draw crowds of up to a quarter of a million people, so it is deservedly in the Top 5 racing events of the year. This series is held over 14 weekends on street circuits and purpose-built tracks.

The 2012 FIA GT1 World Championship involves nine competing teams from 10 different countries on several continents. Here, cars compete in one-hour races on different continents. The GT1 championship replaced the FIA GT championship in 2010. The GT1 season takes place in 10 countries. The weekend event consists of two races.

For up to date racing news and for all the info about protecting and personalizing your ride, visit the Auto SuperShield website.

So, what’s your opinion? What are the best car racing events worldwide as you see it?


The 2013 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta vs. the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4


Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Automobili Lamborghini debuted its first model at the Turin Motor Show in 1963, beginning a competition with Ferrari and its founder, Enzo Ferrari, that would garner globe-spanning attention and lead to the creation of some of the world’s best and, many would say, most beautiful supercars.

Stories of Lamborghini’s origin differ, but most agree that the wealthy agricultural equipment manufacturer Ferruccio Lamborghini was displeased with a Ferrari automobile that he had owned and was met with contempt and disregard when he posed the problem to Ferrari.

From that point on he undertook a mission of creating and manufacturing automobiles that were meant to be driven, not raced. Many connoisseurs of the exotic automobile market agree that each manufacturer has shown, over time, their devotions to their respective ethos – Ferrari’s were made to be raced, while Lamborghini’s were made to be driven. Five decades of competition have resulted in two of today’s most revered exotic automobiles, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 and the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. What follows is a short comparison between what we believe to be two of the most coveted automobiles on earth.


The 2013 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is Ferrari’s answer to Lamborghini’s 2012 Aventador LP 700-4. At first glance these cars are both breathtaking. The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 continues the brand’s iconic and sleek wedge-shaped design, boasting the prowess of a mighty mid-engine machine with a powerful front air dam and two oversized side air intakes. The exterior design of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta competes with contours that exaggerate the wheels and elongate the hood which hides Ferrari’s own formidable engine.


Utilizing only the second V12 that Lamborghini has ever built, the Aventador’s new 6.5-liter V12 puts out 690 horsepower and 509 lb.-ft. of torque giving it a maximum speed that Lamborghini lists at 217 mph and a gut-wrenching time of just 2.9 seconds to go from 0-62 mph. The Berlinetta upgrades the 6.3-liter V12 engine used in the FF wagon and, according to Ferrari, is capable of an incredible 730 horsepower and 508 lb.-ft. of torque. It has a top speed edging over 211 mph, and can go from 0-60 mph in only 3.1 seconds. These stats give the Aventador an ever-so-slight edge over the Berlinetta on the basis of power alone.



Lamborghini Aventador LP 700

Ferrari’s engineers focused on improving the Berlinetta’s handling performance by increasing its structural rigidity by 20 percent. They also lowered the car’s center of gravity and moved the engine towards the rear of the car. Combined with a short wheelbase and an overall weight of 3,363 pounds, the Berlinetta may have the edge here when it takes to the track against the Aventador. Keeping with its ethos, Lamborghini’s engineers worked to make the Aventador an accessible supercar, and that means giving it the ability to be proficiently handled by non-professional drivers.

At 106.3 inches, it sports a wider wheelbase than the Berlinetta’s 94.5 inches. Weighing in at 3,816 pounds, the wider wheelbase helps to make up for a load that is a bit heavier than the Berlinetta’s. The Berlinetta’s front engine/rear-wheel drive setup may feel more familiar to most drivers than the mid-engine layout of the Aventador, but the onboard computers of both cars feature graphical user interfaces that help to guide the driver through the multitude of ride-customization options that help to personalize the experience of piloting such powerful automobiles.

Both the Aventador and the Berlinetta host a wealth of performance-enhancing features, such as high-performance ABS algorithms, that make the experience of driving either car into just that – a true experience. The results are simply too close to call based on specifications alone. The slightly higher power of the Aventador is offset by its heavier weight; however, the wide wheelbase may make up for that deficiency in handling on the track.

The Berlinetta’s engine isn’t quite the all-new power monger that is the Aventador’s power plant, yet its lighter weight may prove a viable counter to the lesser power. Soon enough this competition will begin again, with Lamborghini set to debut the Aventador’s successor soon, and Ferrari to, undoubtedly, respond in kind. Whether you need to protect an exotic supercar, a four-door sedan or anything in between, look to Auto Super Shield to provide either automobile with the advanced protection that all cars deserve.

Ferrari vs. Lamborghini? Its always a tough decision, but hopefully you can now make an informed decision.

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