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Two Girls Detail The Koenigsegg Jesko at Pebble Beach, Cause a Stir

How could a detail venture make itself noticed at Pebble Beach? Well, with all the crazy stuff going on at the Monterey Car week, quality products and a steady hand are not enough anymore. So how about getting two pretty girls to do it?
Two Girls Detail The Koenigsegg Jesko at Pebble Beach 4 photos
Two Girls Detail The Koenigsegg Jesko at Pebble BeachTwo Girls Detail The Koenigsegg Jesko at Pebble BeachTwo Girls Detail The Koenigsegg Jesko at Pebble Beach
This is precisely the kind of recipe that works and not just at the said event, but also on social media. We're talking about an adventure that started earlier this year, when pro detailer Christine Ortiz set out to teach her friend... Christine the tricks of the trade.

With the duo engaged in the supercar/hypercar scene, they decided to take the said Californian event by storm, with one of the results being the Koenigsegg Jesko cleaning session (which is obviously a demo more than anything else) mentioned in the title.

Christian von Koenigsegg was obviously aboard, since the Jesko hasn't entered the customer delivery phase and we're talking about the factory car for now (check out the second Instagram post below and you'll understand).

Oh, and if you're more of a Ferrari fan, make sure to scroll even further, as you'll get to see the Christines doing a paint correction on a Ferrari F430 Scuderia.

We can't talk about this kind of shenanigan without also mentioning Porsche's name, so you might also want to zoom in on Christine Ortiz doing her thing with a 911 GT3 RS.

Sure, all this shiny shenanigans are fine, but one might wonder what the owners think about the stunt. Well, the last Insta post below (it really is the last, I promise) sees Koenigsegg owner Mike Yin delivering his impressions on the work the girls did - his Egg was also prepared for Pebble Beach.

PS: Since I mentioned the wacky stuff taking place in Cali these days, here's an example that involves a faux Ferrari, which apparently didn't offend anybody, putting a smile on people's faces instead.







 
 
 
 
 

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