I know what youre thinking and the answer is yes! Yes we could most definately supply the parking sensors required for this quirkily camouflaged car.
Just let me at it with my QR code reader!
This recent picture of a Pagani Huayra test mule has surfaced. Normally,
Pagani Automobili don’t cover up their cars when they take it out for
testing but this is the first time a Huayra in camo wrap has been
From the picture you can see it has got the different set of
exhaust pipes which supercarkids.com say thay would like to believe is the new sports exhaust package. They also say that the lime green brake calipers may hint towards a possible hybrid.
Personally I just love the wing-mirrors
It was known that Pagani would be releasing the Huayra S model once
they had sold 125 units of the Huayra and that number is approaching
rapidly since they officially launched in the U.S.A earlier this year.
From this angle, it is really hard to say what is going on underneath
that carbotanium shell but there doesn’t seem to be any major exterior
design changes and the S model might be restricted to only power
enhancement. Spotted by Arthomobiles
Sunday, 23 November 2014
Saturday, 22 November 2014
Dolphin Automotive parking sensors installed on to a 64 reg Vauxhall Vivaro van by our fitter Dennis. Neatly and discreetly inserted in to the matt black bumper
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Installation of Dolphin Automotive Parking Sensors on the new Toyota Aygo with multi coloured bumpers. It was suggested to the customer we could offer two red sensors for the outer (It would have cost the same price), but he was happy with the way the white ones looked. The installation was carried out by Daniel Boyes at Pen-Y-Bryn-Autos
This is an 08 reg Nissan X-Trail with Dolphin parking sensors fitted in Stowmarket. Customer purchased Grey sensors to go with the colour of his car but as they go in the black bumper on the rear then matt black would be the traditional colour to get. Customer also has a tow bar which is not a problem for the parking sensors.
Sunday, 16 November 2014
Thursday, 13 November 2014
This fitting by one of our installers Dennis, used a Dolphin Automotive micro sensor kit (DMS400). He installed it on to a 2005 Ferrari 360 Spider. The Micro sensors were custom sprayed to match the Ferrari.
Monday, 10 November 2014
Sent In By Customer - Vikram Mishra
Photo 1 - marking postion for the sensors with blu-tac
Photo 2 - Drilling holes in the bumper, before doing this I made sure I planned how to complete the wiring through the bumper, luckily there was a small hole in the boot
Photo 3 - Fitting the sensors, note the wires at the bottom that need tidying up
Photo 4 - Stripping the reversing sensor wire
Photo 5 - Soldering the parking sensor wire to the reversing light wire, I needed to extend this wire as the reverse light is located on the boot area that opens up in the air and wire this all through the boot trim