Hamish Scott, global award-winner for STARPATH and other incredible UV innovations, launches Nevana Designs by showcasing this unique UV formula applied to the Aston Martin DBS in preparation for the Gumball3000 Rally. This flawless example of precision craftsmanship on the car literally comes alive at night.
David Morgan (Team 46), owner and driver of the Aston Martin DBS who is setting off from Stockholm on the 24th May and heading to Las Vegas, said: “Personally, I wanted a car that would stand out among the collection of supercars and what better way to do it than make it glow? Hamish Scott rose to the challenge and the car will definitely turn heads around the globe. It is positively mind-blowing and feels like touching glass, smoother than regular car paint, whilst aesthetically something futuristic and completely out of this world – it is spectacular, day or night.”
Hamish Scott added: “I have now invented a material that can be applied to any surface, including bikes, bike helmets, boats, safety equipment on the water’s edge, fire extinguishers, floors, walls, ceilings, yachts, kitchen counters, trees, spectacles. You name it – I can make it come alive at night.”
Nevana Designs are especially keen to emphasise the safety enhancements their bespoke technology offers. Hamish continues: “Should a car break down on a dark road or motorway, or indeed a boat be stranded at sea, the UV coated surface can be seen from miles away and after it is charged during the day remains luminescent for at least 10 hours during the course of the night. Once people view the product it almost consumes them and they think of more and more ways the product could be used.
“Nevana Designs have been commissioned to work in conjunction with some of the world’s biggest international brand names such as O2/Samsung and Nissan to create bespoke UV merchandise using this cutting edge formula. Their recent project with the Aston Martin, the most illustrious automotive bloodline in the world, is a further endorsement of the potential of our technology.”