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Took the I-Pace HSE to downtown Los Angeles to do a quick photo shoot.
Lighting wasn't great due to how early it was


-Tinted front windows Nano ceramic, 20% to match the rear
-Windshield Nano ceramic 70%
-Rear badges removed, chrome deleted Leaper and Jaguar letters
-blacked out rear reflectors

Why it's so shinny?
-Ceramic coating
-P&S Bead Maker
-Wowo's Show Stopper as a topper
 

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I see you also powder coated the rims black. So did I. Your car looks awesome. Love the shiny ceramic coating. How much did you pay for it and where did you get it done?
 

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Took the I-Pace HSE to downtown Los Angeles to do a quick photo shoot.
Lighting wasn't great due to how early it was


-Tinted front windows Nano ceramic, 20% to match the rear
-Windshield Nano ceramic 70%
-Rear badges removed, chrome deleted Leaper and Jaguar letters
-blacked out rear reflectors

Why it's so shinny?
-Ceramic coating
-P&S Bead Maker
-Wowo's Show Stopper as a topper

Looks nice. Good taste!
 

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I see you also powder coated the rims black. So did I. Your car looks awesome. Love the shiny ceramic coating. How much did you pay for it and where did you get it done?
THat's one of the optional wheels that come with the I-PACE. It's not aftermarket coating.
 

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I see you also powder coated the rims black. So did I. Your car looks awesome. Love the shiny ceramic coating. How much did you pay for it and where did you get it done?
@bruintoo is correct about the wheels.
These are the 20" 5068 comes in glossy black and Diamond turned from the factory.

For the wheels there is a place in Orange County CA that will do them for $350 for all 4. $100 more if they need to remove them

For the ceramic coating, I paid around $800 for paint prep, 9H coating and another layer of sport coating on top of that. It's 2 layers but not really
5 year warranty

Ceramic Pro is the brand which there are many installers. Even though it's very common, I found out that this not that good of a brand. Doesn't last as long as stated and all the warranty means is that the installer will have to put some more of the Sport (cheaper) coating.

Ill be getting a much better one called CS-II 2 which is very impressive but more expensive.
Coating is one thing, paint prep is another so make sure you get an estimate for the entire package

If you're in SoCal let me know so I can point you to the right direction
 

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Took the I-Pace HSE to downtown Los Angeles to do a quick photo shoot.
Lighting wasn't great due to how early it was


-Tinted front windows Nano ceramic, 20% to match the rear
-Windshield Nano ceramic 70%
-Rear badges removed, chrome deleted Leaper and Jaguar letters
-blacked out rear reflectors

Why it's so shinny?
-Ceramic coating
-P&S Bead Maker
-Wowo's Show Stopper as a topper

Looks nice. Good taste!
Thank you! Can't wait to see yours
 

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Stunning! Automotive perfection. I will say though that I totally LOVE the silver Jaguar leaper on the rear of the car. I think the Jag leaper is one of the coolest automotive badges/icons!!
 

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Stunning! Automotive perfection. I will say though that I totally LOVE the silver Jaguar leaper on the rear of the car. I think the Jag leaper is one of the coolest automotive badges/icons!!
I agree about the Leaper.
It would have been the only chrome piece in the car
 
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