Would You Wash Your Porsche 918 On The London Streets?

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Hand wash only.

So what’s the first thing you do when your million dollar Porsche arrives in London after being shipped from Saudi Arabia? Give it a wash of course. But not just any old car wash will do for a car as special as a Porsche 918 Spyder. No, you're going to want the best treatment here. So what exactly does a car wash fit for a king entail? Well, how about having the handsome hypercar hand-washed on the busy streets of London? Now that is something that you don’t see every day.

This particular Porsche 918 Spyder is equipped with the Weissach weight saving package, black magnesium wheels, and a gorgeous satin chrome wrap with pieces of black carbon fiber on the front bumper, rear wing, and roof. Check this baby out as she gets cleaned.

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