We’ve been flooding our social media channels with Subaru WRX content lately to promote our LED daytime running light fog bezel. USDM Subaru cars typically lack in one area or another compared to their JDM counterparts. In the WRX’s case, it’s missing a set of daytime running lights separate from the head light housing. JDM fog bezels come standard with an LED strip light to act as daytime running lights, and from afar really lend itself to the tuner aesthetic of the WRX and WRX STi. But while U.S. market Subaru WRXs lack the complete LED package in the front, they are also lacking in the back end. This is where the 3-in-1 LED rear fog light assembly kit comes in.
A few weeks ago I posted some JDM cars on social media featuring anime stickers and full body wraps from my second ever carmeet experience. Coming in not knowing what to expect, I arrived with a friend and armed with a piss-poor Oneplus One camera phone, I began taking pictures of almost all the cars that I could.
Toyota officially scrapped its Scion line in August of last year in response to young adults’ changing attitudes about the Toyota brand as a utilitarian brand for their parents. They have become more and more practical in the past few years. I fall in this demographic and despite being disappointed about the Scion brand being buried, I actually agree with this decision. As a high schooler, I thought Scions were really cool looking but as I grew older I slowly changed my mind about them; I didn’t see myself driving a Scion for too long cause I felt I’d outgrow it before long.
While the brand scrapping is still fresh, this still means that Scions are becoming rare and vintage, qualities which are pillars of the JDM world; it doesn’t matter how old a car is as long as it’s a decent enough body to work with right? Scions have a sleeker and sportier look than most other cars which makes for great bases for aftermarket parts such as the brilliant red LED 3rd brake light DIY conversion kit.
We get a lot of attention when an item like the JDM style LED daytime running light fog bezel for the Subaru WRX/STi is a best seller. Ever since we released it last summer, it has sold well (over 500 units!). Many customers were talking about it and more importantly, sporting it in their Subaru WRXs. For the most part everyone who purchased these LED fog light bezels were happy with them, but felt it could use more polish. After several months of listening to you guys and re-engineering our DRL bezel, we’re happy to release our new, updated Subaru WRX/STi JDM style S4 LED daytime running light fog bezel! Read on to see what we changed or check out our YouTube video below:
LED light bars are taking the automotive world by storm; you can see more and more trucks and off-road vehicles out there that have installed LED light bars on the lower bumper. These LED light bars give off a super bright output that lights up the road, making it very efficient for both on and off the road use. Most people who drive a sedan don’t really get the chance to install LED light bars onto their vehicles due to the size. However, if you have a Subaru WRX, there is a special light bar designed to accommodate the lower bumper opening. This 2015-up Subaru WRX/STi LED Light Bar sits at the lower bumper opening and gives your WRX the rally racing look just like what you would see at the WRC.