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XPEL Named Official PPF for Xtreme Xperience Supercar Fleet

XPEL’s product will protect Xtreme Xperience’s fleet of Porsches, Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and other supercars on racetracks around the U.S.  

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XPEL Inc., a provider of protective films and coatings, announces its designation as the official paint protection film (PPF) provider for Xtreme Xperience.

With the designation, Xtreme Xperience will exclusively use XPEL’s PPF product on its fleet of supercars, muscle cars, and support vehicles, offering protection for each car against rocks, rubber, and other track debris present during supercar racetrack events.

Hosted at over 30 racetracks across the United States, Xtreme Xperience allows guests to drive or ride a selection of the world’s top supercars. Since 2012, more than 250,000 people have pushed the supercar of their dreams to the limit with Xtreme Xperience, safely hitting triple-digit speeds and learning the basics of racetrack driving from Xtreme Xperience’s team of professional racing instructors.

“We’re excited to announce this partnership with Xtreme Xperience,” comments Robert Bezner, VP of brand for XPEL. “Their incredible inventory of supercars give thousands of car enthusiasts once in a lifetime experiences, and we’re thrilled they recognize the quality of our product and trust it to keep their fleet protected and looking new.”

ULTIMATE PLUS, XPEL’s flagship paint protection film will cover and protect the full hood, front fenders, front bumper, headlights, side mirrors, and rocker panels on the supercar fleet. Film for the cars will be precisely cut from XPEL’s pattern library housed in its Design Access Program.

“As soon as we started talking to XPEL, we knew this was a great fit. They are disruptors in their industry, as we are in ours,” adds Christopher Meegan, Xtreme Xperience’s partnerships executive. We head to some racetracks that leave our cars battered by rocks, dirt, rubber, and other road debris. XPEL paint protection film will keep the fleet protected and looking new, which is not only important to our patrons but also reduces necessary restoration work required to maximize resale value.”

Alexandria Bruce

Allee Bruce is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines.

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