Anyone into cars in Los Angeles would think this Dodge Challenger is sweet. The Challenger is the core muscle car for Dodge, and in recent years the American automaker has spent a lot of time and energy not only revitalizing the model and its name, but also the entire package. The newer Challengers with their standard V6 engine pumping out 305 horsepower, packaged in the classic sporty body we’re familiar with for the model, are becoming more and more attractive to L.A. motorists. In fact, the Challenger placed ahead of the Ford Mustang in a car comparison recently that looked at the top three American muscle cars.

How could we help make this particular model even more special? Well the body paint is a deep black color, and the owner was bold enough to ask for really dark tint, which would make the entire package one black blur ripping down the street. We recommended and then had installed the LLumar Ceramic CTX window tint film, with a 5-percent tint on the rear, and 15 percent on the front side windows. The 5 percent means only that amount of light will be allowed to penetrate into the interior; it’s known as a “limo tint” because it’s preferred for limousines for maximum privacy.

We were happy with the choice for the ceramic film, because newer Challengers are known to come with more technological gadgets than most contemporaries, such as its Uconnect infotainment system, separate stereo and climate controls, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. The LLumar Ceramic film will interfere less with wireless or radio waves than other types of window tint film, letting things like mobile phone calls more easily pass through. Some people call it a “signal enabling tint.”

We also appreciate the LLumar Ceramic film because it’s just a superior window tint product. The CTX films apply what is known as Ceramatrix Advanced Technology, allowing it to provide superior heat rejection properties as well as 99.9 percent protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. On top of all the performance and protective qualities, the LLumar Ceramic film just plain looks good — it applies well to windows and offers a strong reflectivity that supplements most car exterior finishes.

 

Dodge Window Tint Los Angeles
Dodge Window Tint Los Angeles

Above: note the reflections off the high-quality LLumar Ceramic film. Below: the back window here has a “limo tint,” or a 5-percent shading that’s common on limousines for maximum privacy.

Dodge Challenger Window Tint LA
Dodge Challenger Window Tint LA
Dodge Challenger Llumar LA
Dodge Challenger LLumar LA

Above and Below: the end product is stunning, really. The side view is about as slick as a vehicle can be, with awesome matching between the windows and paint job. The front view is just plain mean — making this Challenger not one to mess with on Los Angeles streets.

Challenger Window Tintz LA
Challenger Window Tintz LA