Since 2016, we have been using a brand new RODIP pre-treatment/CDC system. The process for coating delicate areas between the individual body parts with PVC is fully automatic. This also protects the vehicle body from stone chips and corrosion. This is followed by the application of the second layer, the “surface”, which evens out any remaining blemishes. Next, the base coat is sprayed on, and it is this coat that gives the vehicle its colour. The modern application systems use special environmentally friendly technologies to conserve resources. Ergonomically designed workstations alleviate the strain on employees. Finally, the body receives the “clear coat”, which protects against UV rays and the effects of the weather but is primarily intended to give the body its shine. The paintwork is then burned in at 140 degrees in the dry coat dryer, ensuring the car has a long and lustrous life.