The new 2016 BMW 7 Series is slated to receive new engines and a new headlight design to something different from its halo headlight rings. There seems to be some kind of J-shaped headlight configuration that’s seen on a lot of newer BMW concepts that’s soon to be mass produced. Rumor is that that the new BMW models will have laser headlights as an option on both the 5 and the 7 series. These laser headlights are already seen on the i8 hybrid sports car, giving out a more powerful and energy efficient light beam.
If you’re looking for something new to install on your car, these LED angel eye fog lights are a quick and easy way to give your car a boost by making it a one of a kind on the road. The full glass optical projector lens with a metal body comes in xenon white, brilliant red, or ultra blue, giving you the opportunity to pick out whichever color you feel would match your car the best. They are unlike plastic fog lamps because the metal will not melt the housing or the lens.
Everyone knows that the Scion FR-S is a very popular car among car enthusiasts and the world of car modifications, so there are plenty of aftermarket products that are catered specifically to the car at hand. These OEM Fit Scion FR-S LED daytime running lights are an exact fit with no modification needed at all to give your FR-S a fresh new look. If your Scion FR-S already has stock fog lamps, you will need to remove them before proceeding with the installation.
2017 might seem to be a long way off, but the Hyundai Genesis Coupe has been spied for the first time. The next generation Hyundai Genesis coupe is expected to gravitate towards the Grand Tourer area, meaning that the car will be bigger and have more luxury features for all of the occupants. From the spy photos, it doesn’t seem too obvious, but it’s what in the interior that really matters.
When you see the distinct halo rings, what car manufacturer do you think of? Everyone knows and can recognize the distinctive BMW angel eyes, as they are known to be luxurious and high-class. BMW halo rings started out with the yellowish halogen bulbs, which at that time in the past was a pretty big deal. The incandescent bulbs evolved into LED halo rings, which is a crisp, clean white light.