LOL I thought Sandia MINI is one of them fancy Drinks with an Umbrella in a small Glass.00
I would take it back to the dealer and speak to the owner or general Manager. From your photo the paint does not have the gloss finish it should and you should not see swirl marks. Years ago I had a new Corvette that came from the factory with a crappy paint job and I went all the way up the ladder to a Sr. VP at GM. They re-painted the entire car and added to several layers of clear at no charge which made it glow. Good Luck !!This is a nightmare... in a week my car will be 3 months old and has 2,000 miles on her, mostly from commuting to dealers to repair damages at the hands of the selling dealership.
We are getting close to home now (cut window moldings and scratched pillars replaced, a torn door seal replaced, and denting in both quarter panels and the bonnet have been finally successfully addressed).
When I picked up my car yesterday I was told "No washing with soap for 30 days, rinsing is okay but only air drying (a problem in a hard water community not to forget bug splatter on a 250 mile return commute), and dusting is okay but no rubbing (the car was already loaded with "lot dust"). I was also advised "only the specific dent areas were painted and feathered into the existing finish."
Hence, I didn't notice the multiple bonnet swirls until I was cleaning the windows under fluorescent light in my garage last night. GASP! Obviously, I'm not dusting or rinsing anything until I hear back from my new service manager to whom I've already sent the attached photos.
If anyone has any input on what the next step might be or what realistic expectations I should have, please let me know.