Automotive Elegance

Auto Window Tinting

XPEL Window Tint Options

Automotive Elegance has an XPEL auto window tint option that meets your needs and budget. All of these tints are recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation as effective protection from UV rays, and their warranties are transferable.

XPEL PRIME CS ™ Starting at $150

Protect yourself from 99% harmful cancer causing UV rays & achieve the privacy you desire with PRIME CS, the most color stable window tint film around.

Key Features:

Reduces Glare

XPEL PRIME CS reduces the sun’s glare, enhancing visibility and reducing eyestrain.

Keeps You Comfortable

XPEL PRIME CS window films block solar heat radiation to keep your vehicle at a comfortable temperature and improve fuel efficiency.

UV Ray Protection

XPEL PRIME CS provides SPF 500 protection that effectively blocks over 99% of harmful UV rays that can lead to numerous skin cancers, premature aging and skin cell damage.

Crystal Clear Signal

XPEL PRIME CS contains no metalized particles ensuring that it does not interfere with radio, cellular, or Bluetooth signals.

Looks Good

The black or neutral charcoal color retains its tone and won’t fade or turn purple.

XPEL PRIME XR ™ Starting at $170

Traditional auto window tints are made of metallized or dyed films, which block a portion of the sun’s infrared heat. However, PRIME XR is made of a nano-ceramic tint, the latest in heat deflecting window tint technology for superior heat blocking performance compared to traditional window tints. 

PRIME XR blocks up to 88% of infrared heat while maintaining clarity and a flawless appearance for years.

Key Features:

Ceramic Particle Technology

XPEL PRIME XR uses innovative nano-ceramic particle construction, the latest infrared blocking technology available in vehicle window tints today. This makes it far more effective than traditional metallized or dyed window tints in blocking the sun’s infrared radiation. 

Superior Heat Rejection

XPEL PRIME XR lowers your cabin’s temperature and improves fuel efficiency thanks to its ceramic particle technology that blocks the vast majority of the sun’s heat-causing infrared radiation. 

UV Ray Protection

Provides SPF 1,000 protection that effectively blocks over 99% of harmful ultraviolet rays that can lead to skin cancer, premature aging and skin cell damage.

Greater Clarity

In the past, staying cool required darker window tints, but XPEL PRIME XR’s ceramic technology means you can enjoy a lighter, clearer tint. 

Crystal Clear Signal

Will not interfere with reception of radio, cellular, and Bluetooth signals.

Starting at $200

The same great features as PRIME XR but blocks up to 98% of infrared heat using multiple layers of nanoparticle technology.

Key Features:

Ceramic Particle Technology:

Contains a proprietary blend of ceramic particles that act as a solid barrier to infrared heat.

Superior Heat Rejection:

Multilayer nano-ceramic particle technology blocks up to 98% of the sun’s infrared heat to lower your interior’s temperature.

UV Ray Protection:

Provides SPF 1,000 protection that effectively blocks over 99% of harmful UV rays that can cause skin cancer, premature aging, and skin cell damage.

Greater Clarity:

The multi-layer nano technology in XPEL PRIME XR PLUS means ultra-high infrared blocking without compromising your outbound visibility.

Crystal Clear Signal:

Will not interfere with reception of radio, cellular, or Bluetooth signal.

How Dark Can You Go: Understanding Auto Window Tint Percentages

Automotive window tint can get as dark as allowed by the state where your vehicle is registered. The reason most states have limits is so that law enforcement can safely see inside a vehicle when it’s in traffic or pulled over. It’s also for your own safety so that you can see the road and surroundings clearly, especially at night or during low visibility weather conditions. 

The tint’s darkness level is measured as a visible light transmission percentage, or VLT%. This percentage refers to the amount of light allowed through the window. The lower this number, the darker the tint. A VLT of 20% means that the window tint is allowing only 20% of light to pass through the glass, which makes for a very dark window. A tint of 50% VLT is common in many states and allows half of light to pass through the window. 

In Massachusetts, the current legal VLT for the front side windows, back side windows, and the rear window for sedans, SUVs, and vans is 35%. You can view the legal limits for your state here.

Auto Window Tint FAQs

‍The amount of time varies, depending on your type of vehicle. A complete car can take 1 to 2 days. If old aftermarket film has to be removed, that can add anywhere from an extra day or two.

It varies from state to state. We recommend that you check with your local legislation on the tint darkness that is legally allowed. For the State of Massachusetts, the lowest legal percentage is 35% VLT on side windows and rear windshield. We do not tint front windshields.

Yes. XPEL Prime window tint blocks harmful UV rays from the sun. This can protect your skin and your car’s interior from damage caused by the sun’s rays.

Safeguard Your Windshield and Improve Driving Visibility With Our Glass Coatings

Your vehicle’s windshield is susceptible to pebbles, rocks, and other flying road debris that can create chips or cracks in the glass, putting you and your passengers at risk and leading to repair costs. Automotive Elegance can protect your windshield and improve visibility with our glass coating applications. 

XPEL Fusion Plus ceramic coating helps strengthen windshields and vehicle windows by bonding with the silica and filling in microscopic grooves and pits that can’t be seen with the naked eye. 

These glass coatings not only make a windshield and a vehicle’s windows stronger, but helps them repel rain, snow, ice, dirt, and insects. Cleaning the windshield is much easier with a glass coating applied, as water runs right off. 

They also help windshields resist scratches and improve a driver’s visibility in rain and snow and at night while reducing glare.

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