Car lighting technology has come a long way ever since the first automobiles started roaming the streets. Now we have so many lighting options for cars that it can get quite intimidating when you’re trying to choose which lighting source is best for your car. The latest and greatest in car lighting technology is LED, so it’s no surprise that people are upgrading their stock incandescent headlights to LED headlight conversion. Converting your headlights to LED is a great way to get the latest LED headlamp technology without having to spend big bucks buying a new luxury car. These LED headlight bulbs are G1 high powered, with COB LED in a variety of sizes, like H11 H8 9005 9006 H10. The specially designed shape allows the LED headlight bulb to have a perfect optimal beam pattern and the special fan heatsink dissipates the heat coming from the LED bulb to prolong its lifespan.
The LA Auto Show is here again, and it’s one of our favorite car shows to attend since it showcases concept future cars with cars of the present. Here are a couple interesting tidbits we noticed this year:
As most of us are well aware, the Scion brand is no more and has been dismantled after 13 years of giving us some of the coolest, most affordably hip cars on the roads. While majority of Scion models have been completely discontinued like the the Scion tC, iQ, xB, and xD. We can still see remnant of the Scion brand that’s been absorbed into the Toyota lineup. These former Scion models are now branded as Toyota, with the extremely Scion FR-S rebadged as the Toyota 86, the Scion iA as the Yaris iA, and the Scion iM as the Corolla iM. Plus, we also see the Toyota line expanding, with the newly unveiled Toyota C-HR.
Continuing our SEMA 2016 coverage, today we are going to focus on some of the most iconic car lights in the auto industry. Over the course of the automotive industry, some designs have stood out more than others, including the well recognized halo rings, Mustang triple-stripe, round Jeep headlights, and much more. The cars at SEMA look pretty unreal because of all the special upgrades that are carefully picked out, but you can also install some retrofit LED lights onto your car in a burst of SEMA inspiration.
We were pretty impressed with all the truck lighting at SEMA and since the lights looked so good on the monster trucks, we are going to show you some of the coolest truck lights at SEMA.
Of course everyone would notice a raised monster truck, but the ones we saw are so aggressive and badass that we just zoned in on all the crazy upgrades and lights. This LED truck light apparatus looks like it’s good for daytime running lights, driving lights, search lights, and all kinds of functions. All trucks should have these kinds of heavy duty LED lighting assembly since you never know when you would need some work lights or off-road lighting at a moment’s notice. You could install a smaller apparatus or a full on bar depending on preference. These trucks at SEMA have everything installed so it looks like you can never have too much lights!
There’s no denying that headlights are one of the most important safety features a car can have, as demonstrated by the evolution of all the lighting assemblies. It’s hard to imagine that we first started with oil lamps as vehicular lighting, and now we have some of the best technology available. LED Conversion Kits for Fog lights and head lights is one of the examples of how lighting technology has evolved to bigger and brighter lights.