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.
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.
Everyone knows that HID and LED are the future and if your car doesn’t come standard with these luxuries, then aftermarket is the way to go. These are 10W high power CREE LED Fog Lamps that has a specially designed diffusion mirror in front of the LED bulb that reflects light directly to the stock lamp’s reflector. Think of this as the same concept as shining a flashlight into the mirror and seeing the light output reflected back super bright.
The 10W high powered CREE LED is much brighter than traditional LED setups, due to the diffusion mirror that’s strategically placed in front of the LED bulb. These fog lights have a new reflector design that makes the bulb light up much brighter than the conventional design. This diffusion mirror creates a better beam pattern giving you a cut-off line look when compared to other conventional LED bulbs. It reflects outward, taking advantage of the reflector for maximum output and better performance.