McLaren 720S Gets Car Shield, But Does It Actually Work?

Like most of you, we love all kinds of cars – whether small, fast, rare and even ugly. And all car enthusiasts probably feel like us – we want every car to be well protected and hidden from the influence of the environment. If you don’t have a garage, here’s another idea.

This is an electronically retractable car shield and in this video it is being tested on a supercar. And it’s not just any supercar but Supercar Blondie’s McLaren 720S. We admire him for the courage to try something so risky with his own vehicle. Let’s take a look at the product.

It is made in China and while that might make most people believe that it is not particularly high quality, even at a glance it looks good and performs well. It is retracted via a remote control in seconds and when deployed it looks like a tent that covers the entire car. So far, so good.

The actual test begins with a bucket of water poured over the car. As you can see, 99% of the water is diffused by the shield and only a few drops reach the surface of the car. Not super impressive but still exactly what we expected.

Next – hail storm weather. In this case, a bowl of golf balls. This time around, the results are even better because not a single bullet hits the car. We imagine that a hail typically generates a lot more power, but this car shield will probably do its job just fine.

The final test – a massive boulder. We admit that our hearts skipped a beat seeing this experience. We won’t spoil it – be sure to watch the video after 6:50 am for the real show.

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