I believe 3M has the state of the art. Now I'm where it gets 122 F
, and I solved that question
AT THE TIME , technology improves all the time , by simply getting "samples" from all the places with different tint brands they claim is best for "heat rejection" ; then you put each one by one up to your glass with your hand being the judge on a really bright sunny day - and before the ambient temp rises to confuse your hand. You want to see how the infrared / UV? whatever penetrates your glass & then tint film to your interior.
I was surprised how some bragg bigtime films really actually SUCKED