The Lexus LX is the premium giant sized luxury SUV, with a a ton of luxurious elements as well as the capability to traverse uncharted off-road terrain. With luxury comes top-of-the-line lighting system, and the LX does its job well. However, if you want a slightly different fog light look, these OEM Lexus LED Fog Lights replace the stock fog lamps for a whole new flawless look. You can tweak your Lexus LX a little to give it more of a personal touch, but still stay in the luxury sector. You can replace the stock halogen fog lights as a direct replacement and make your LX look like the all new 2016 model for a sleek look.
The Nissan Altima is quite a popular car on the road nowadays so naturally there are tons of upgrades available. One of the most sought after parts is a set of Nissan Altima LED DRL/Turn Signal Lamps that has two convenient functions: daytime running light mode and turn signal mode. The functions flawlessly switch from xenon white daytime running lamps to amber yellow turn signal lamps at the simple flick of a switch. It’s no wonder that these Nissan Altima LED daytime lights are so popular!
Continuing on with our SEMA updates, we bring you this angry looking Jeep Wrangler sporting some pretty kick-ass Bi-xenon LED headlights. You get a Jurassic Park type of feel while you drive around in this creation, but without the murderous T-Rex trying to attack your precious new LED headlights. It’s a given that headlights are one of the most important aspects to off-roading so there’s no need to compromise quality.
Since the Rocket Bunny movement exploded, there’s no denying that unmistakable wide body look and the insane tuning job. All of these Rocket Bunny built cars headed to SEMA this year and there are people left and right picking their jaws up off the floor in wonderment. The body is so stunning and fluid, giving the car a refined, yet aggressive stance.
Everywhere we looked, there were Rocket Bunny built cars giving us a wink and here are some of our favorites: