Not worth the trouble.
Learn to live with it IMO.
A lot of the time paint correction is needed on a new car. Lots of detailers do new car preps because when they are with the dealer, they get wiped with crappy towels and handled a little rough. You'll see some small swirls, that's almost for sure... New car prep is just a small detail, removes those light swirls, and puts some good protection (wax or sealant). It also preps it perfectly for if you plan to clear bra it.
'11 BMW E92 ///M3 - ZCP and DCT
'15 Ford F-250 - Lariat, 6.7 Powerstroke Turbo-diesel