This Audi RS Q3 prototype seems to have xenon plus headlights as well as LED daytime running lights that are standard for the vehicle. It also has a gaping intake and black mesh that makes it different from the first RS models from 2013. The prototype still has the single exhaust pipe, much to the disappointment of many fans. However, the car does have 19 inch wheels. The new RS Q3 will have a 5 cylinder, 2.5 liter turbo engine.
MINI Coopers are very popular cars all over the country and the many models available for consumers covers a wide range of driver preferences and needs. Because of their versatility, there are many add-on products catered specifically to the MINI Cooper line. These LED daytime running lights/fog lamps set replaces the stock fog lamps to give you a new LED DRL look.
Did you know that you can get all sorts of colors for interior lights? You’re not just limited to the xenon white color as an LED upgrade. There are all sorts of colors manufactured for LED interior lights, even pink lights for the ladies! Of course, this doesn’t mean that only the girls can get pink LED lights either. This just goes to show that you can really customize your car into whatever you like to make it your own personal statement.
High Rollers, this S-class convertible is sure to amaze and transform anyone on the fence to being diehard Mercedes fans. This new S-class is carefully wrapped in the most secretive of camo that you can’t even tell what sort of details are underneath.
What we know is that it will have all kinds of luxury amenities standard, like parking assist, reverse camera, 12.3 technology display, and a state-of-the-art Infotainment module. The engines will be twin turbocharged for an insane amount of power with an all-wheel drive. Don’t expect this monster to be out on the market any time soon though, as this is the 2016 model. What you can do is check the Frankfurt Motor Show in the summer of 2015 for more updates.
HID headlights are high intensity discharge xenon headlights that don’t use a filament and last at least two to three times longer than conventional Halogen headlight bulbs. Not only do they last longer, the HID has a nice and modern xenon white look and two times the brightness than halogen to make it a very popular the world of car modifications and upgrades.
Because there are OEM HID bulb upgrades and aftermarket HID conversion kits available as options, it might be confusing for some people who come in to buy HID to determine if their car has HID or not.
For clarification, when we mention HID, we mean OEM HID where the car came equipped with HID xenon headlights from the factory. While you can get aftermarket HID headlights with excellent light output, cars that originally had the standard halogen headlamps that were subsequently converted to aftermarket HID don’t count as factory equipped.
How to visually check for OEM HID:
1.) Park your car in front of a wall or garage door. If the light is white then it’s usually HID. If the light is yellow, then it’s usually halogen. Sometimes it may be a little tricky to tell because you might not have anything to compare your color output with. Don’t confuse halogen bulbs that are blue tinted as HID bulbs since there are halogen bulbs that have been upgraded with a better lighting performance that have a blue tinted coating that only appear as if they were HID. Blue tinted halogen bulbs don’t provide the high intensity or blue/white light output.