Debadging is best, but I contend the Giulia gets a free pass -- a name tied to the birth of the sport saloon and now applied to the newest incarnation. It is still marketing, but far more interesting and attractive then a Madison Avenue-generated alpha-numeric code.I've been an ardent believer in debadging for symmetry, but I'm not sure with the Giulia. Thoughts?
A good artist works their signature into the design.Always debadge, except for the brand name.
Badging on cars is like a beautiful painting, with the painter's big sloppy signature on it.
Imagine the Mona Lisa with "da Vinci" plastered across 1/8th of the quarter of it.
Alice Eve in a red dress, with a dumb name badge, would take away from the overall beauty.
Yes, you can, but there are some restrictions. In Würzburg city (county) there are only 2 letters combined with three numbers or one letter with three numbers possible. Costs 20.- Euros extra.Qv444... can you do custom license plates in Germany? Or was that an amazing coincidence