It all depends are where they are done and the condition of the sputtering system it is done in.
The Physical vapor deposition process uses a powder coat, PVD Cr, then PVD NiCr, and the last step is a powder coat.
If it is done correctly the adhesion will be fine. But, as some of the forum members here can tell you, if done incorrectly (Vacuum leaks in the sputtering system or gas lines, incorrect prep, dirty environment) it will have delamination issues.
We just threw out our last sample wheel, so I do not have any wheels left to take pictures of. The shine was good but I would think that the bath type Chrome process would be a higher shine. (No clear coat on the final finish.)
Since it is clear coat (powder coat) you can remove some scratches if needed.