Toyota announced this morning of the death of the Scion brand after the continual Scion sales slump over the recent years. Scion was introduced over a decade ago to cater to the young, hip, cost-conscious buyers who wanted a fun car without a hefty price tag. Sadly, Scion hasn’t maintained a steady sales has experienced a massive decline.
Scion fans do have something to look forward to, as a few of the models will be absorbed into the Toyota lineup. You will definitely see the FR-S on the other side, as well as the iM and iA. The once loved tC will not be carried over and will officially be laid to rest.
The Detroit Auto Show of 2016 has unveiled quite a lot of automobile advancements in the industry that take the driving experience further than it has ever been before. One car that captured our attention is the new 2017 Mercedes E-Class that takes autonomous driving for civilians onto a whole other level. The new sensors, camera features, and lighting technology equipped on this vehicle are absolutely breathtaking and make driving something that would have only been dreamt of in movies. Here are some of the best driving assist features seen on the new E-Class:
We just love the round headlights on the Jeep and this one at SEMA’s got all the goods! The Jeeps we saw had all kinds of work lights, utility bars, and crazy headlights that make it look so badass. It looks like some of these jeeps even have some pretty dope looking LED headlights that would be great for off-roading and adventure trekking.
We were pretty impressed with all the truck lighting at SEMA and since the lights looked so good on the monster trucks, we are going to show you some of the coolest truck lights at SEMA.
Of course everyone would notice a raised monster truck, but the ones we saw are so aggressive and badass that we just zoned in on all the crazy upgrades and lights. This LED truck light apparatus looks like it’s good for daytime running lights, driving lights, search lights, and all kinds of functions. All trucks should have these kinds of heavy duty LED lighting assembly since you never know when you would need some work lights or off-road lighting at a moment’s notice. You could install a smaller apparatus or a full on bar depending on preference. These trucks at SEMA have everything installed so it looks like you can never have too much lights!