Ok. So, in the interests of being thorough, I have now obtained the following: • Carbonio no-drill mount (that hooks onto front grill with spring loaded hooks/clamps) • Ferrari and Maserati of Vancouver’s (FMOV’s) wonderfully designed and engineered aluminium/alloy, black powder coated no drill mount (that attaches to the front spoiler (not the grill) and can sit lower than the front Cavallino and pose less risk to airflow disruption than the Carbonio mount). It is a lovely piece of kit (but needs a slight resizing of the front plate for UK purposes). • Three different sized stick on plates that (from a manufacturing perspective) meet UK legal requirements and have the required BSAU 145d kite marks displayed in the correct place. I think my third one went as small as you can legally. It is similar to @Wheels1 example in the photo above. Just a question of hoping the steeper inclined central part of the front spoiler is sufficiently vertical to comply with the display regs. If any lucky 812 owners in London want to take a look at the various solutions above that I have obtained - let me know. I think I will fit the smaller of the three stick on plates for now (while I get the FMOV front plate laser cut to UK size). The FMOV solution was $370 Canadian dollars including costs of shipping express Fedex to UK. I dealt with Milt Cumming in the Service Team there. Very accomplished and professional service. Photos of the FMOV plate mount to follow in a moment.