It fits as if it is molded to the car.
Reviewed By David G (BALLWIN, MO) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Venza —1/29/2015 8:21 PM
The QuickSilver Car Cover provided some surprises. First, the instructions told of creating a hole in the cover for an antenna. I prepared to cut a hole for my satellite antenna. But the cover has a small "sock" that fit around the satellite antenna. Next, the cover provides two straps front and back to snug the cover during strong winds. Next, the mirror pockets fit. Finally the purchase included a cable AND PADLOCK to discourage theft. Neat!
Coverking Covers Fits the Bill
Reviewed By Larry R (BALTIMORE, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Porsche Boxster —1/26/2015 11:07 AM
I did a stupid thing last year when I bought my Porsche; I went cheap on the cover. Where I live it snows regularly and I don't have covered parking. My first cover froze to the car in a couple of places. So, with winter again upon us I bought the Coverking StormProof cover. So far, so good. It fits well covering the car, down to the bottom of the wheels. Removing and storing was a breeze. Unless you don't want to store it in the box, there is no need to buy a carrying bag.