The Toyota RAV4 is a super reliable car with plenty of legroom for everyone inside, but it’s not generally known as a car that’s popular to modify. Fortunately, this set of OEM fit LED daytime running lights fit the RAV4 to a tee, giving you one heck of a unique look, while still maintaining that OEM appearance. If your bumper matches the one from the listing, then you’re in luck because your RAV4 will still have that SUV appearance, but have aftermarket upgrades that’s fitting for your fastest sports car. The LED DRL is actually made from fiber optics that’s similar to those found on high end luxury cars. It forms an even and uniform lighting output when you compare it with the conventional versions where you can see each individual LED emitter.
A trusty, reliable sedan doesn’t need much to keep it looking nice, but you can still add a bit of upgrade here and there to keep it fun and fresh. If you don’t know what kind of aftermarket install you want to try, perhaps a new set of 7440 LED reverse lights would be pretty nice. Unlike LED daytime running lights, you don’t use LED reverse lights all the time so this could be a great time to do some trial and error to see what kind of car lights you would like to keep.
The Volkswagen Jetta is all over the roads nowadays and for good reason. They are extremely popular because they are reliable and affordable, but they are also easy to mod as well. This 7506 LED DRL setup is no exception, as these LED bulbs are quite the nice upgrade that replace your boring yellow stock bulbs for a whole new look. You never know what you were missing out the entire time until you made the change and you probably would kick yourself why you didn’t switch over sooner.
The 2016 MINI Clubman is nearing showtime, and the camo it’s wearing is not too smothering so we can actually see the taillights. The taillights look pretty similar to what we saw in Geneva, but the headlights give the front of the vehicle kind of a strange look. It also looks like the Clubman will have full-size back doors that work for those who are less nimble. The full-sized doors looks to have a ton of mixed reviews from people who can’t seem to decide whether or not they like the idea of being able to maneuver around easily.
Looks like the much anticipated Mercedes LED illuminated star emblem kit is finally here! This add-on flawlessly replaces the bulb-less emblem so that you can have everyone see your car from a mile away. The three-point star emblem sits perfectly nestled into the front grille to point your way through the night. You hardly see any car out there with illuminated emblems, so to be one of the first cars on the road with an LED illuminated grille emblem is really special.