Halo Rings are probably one of the most recognized lighting designs on cars nowadays, ever since they were first introduced on BMW. There are plenty of retrofit halo rings available for all kinds of cars and trucks, plus halo rings come in tons of colors as well. Check out this Dodge RAM with RGB LED halo rings for projector headlight retrofit, and see what an upgrade this lighting addition does to improve the aura of the truck. The specially designed ring shape is a great fit for the 2013-2016 Dodge RAM and the brightness is two times brighter than those run-of-the-mill conventional RGB rings on the market. These Dodge RAM RGB LED Angel Eyes definitely transform your truck into a formidable display of heavy duty form with an incredible light show on top.
The Subaru WRX/WRX STi is one of the top choices for drivers who are into JDM cars because it is extremely easy to modify and is a sporty looking performance car. Since
JDM enthusiasts like to make their ride look as JDM as possible, they tend to outfit their cars with upgrades that are inspired by Japan. A very popular upgrade is the JDM LED daytime running lights, but since its OEM JDM, the price gets pretty costly. Fortunately for drivers who love JDM styled parts but don’t want to spend OEM JDM costs, there is a new set of Subaru WRX JDM LED DRL Bezels that transforms the 2015-up USDM Subaru WRX/WRX STi to look super JDM.
Continuing our SEMA 2016 coverage, today we are going to focus on some of the most iconic car lights in the auto industry. Over the course of the automotive industry, some designs have stood out more than others, including the well recognized halo rings, Mustang triple-stripe, round Jeep headlights, and much more. The cars at SEMA look pretty unreal because of all the special upgrades that are carefully picked out, but you can also install some retrofit LED lights onto your car in a burst of SEMA inspiration.
Today’s SEMA coverage is all about trucks and truck lights – you can’t miss the aggressive and formidable presence of trucks and we naturally gravitate towards the most tricked out trucks. One of our favorites is the lifted teal colored Ford truck with a lower bumper LED light bar perfectly positioned to give off the brightest output but not be obtrusive either. We’ve got out own collection of truck LED light bars that you can browse through to make your truck look like the ones featured at SEMA.
This is a special year for the Chevy, because it’s the Camaro’s 50th anniversary. It’s pretty surreal to see the iconic car celebrating 50 years since its inception, so it’s practically a no-brainer that the Camaro will get a feature at this year’s SEMA. Here’s some of the featured concepts showcased by Chevy this year:
Camaro Turbo AutoX
The AutoX name refers to autocross, with a 2.0 liter engine and an upgraded suspension, brakes, exhaust, and air intake. These upgrades make the AutoX very appealing to younger enthusiasts, and those who are just getting into the car game.
Some notable little accessories on the AutoX is the front tow hook, Euro-style side markers, rear spoiler, and a GoPro camera mount for enthusiasts who like to spend their free time on the track.