We see all sorts of vehicles for all walks of life testing on the Nurburgring, but sometimes these prototypes break down like the case of this 2016 Kia Optima. No worries for the driver or the engineer team, since there was a tow truck conveniently waiting to send the Optima back to the technical center.
Looks like we just have to wait and see what the car has in store for us when it comes back with a vengeance. Stay tuned for more news about the 2016 Kia Optima and what the engineers are doing to fix it.
This LED conversion kit brings you some pretty high power LED fog lights with a great HID-like xenon white color that has a much brighter output than your standard halogen bulb. It also generates less heat while consuming less power than both HID and halogen bulbs. When you have the correct DRL decoder setup, you can the high powered CREE LED bulbs on high beam and have it enabled to be daytime running lights without any error messages or flickering.
What’s under this mysterious camo wrap? A Mercedes-Benz E-Class! You can’t really tell what’s underneath all of that secrecy, but what we know for sure is that the E-class will be even more appealing when it comes to design. It will be using the Mercedes’ new MRA (Modular Rear Architecture) platform and it’s also the one being used by the C-class as well. The new E-Class will be powered by an inline-six engine and is the start of a grand scheme of things.
All we need to do now is to stay tuned to what’s happening in the world of Mercedes-Benz and maybe we will be able to the camo unwrapped soon enough.
MINI Coopers are versatile cars that are famous for their connection with British racing and their range of customization. High powered MINI Cooper LED daytime running lights are one of these available options to make your MINI look pretty rad and out there. This LED DRL/fog lamp assembly directly replaces the stock MINI Cooper’s stock fog lamps/parking lamps to give you quite a nice set of LED halo rings.
Pull the lower inside corner out and pull gently to work your way to the outside. When you get to the 2 outer clips, try not to pry too much. Make sure you’re pulling the insert straight and forwards out of the bumper.