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.
Jeep is such an American classic, with its versatility demonstrated from war machine all the way to Hollywood movie star. The originator of Jeep is the famous World War II classic Willys, which is a symbol of the American steadfastness. The Jeep Willys played an important role in the war, so much that post-war consumers clamored for a civilian on-road use vehicle. As an off-road brand, Jeep came out with smaller commercial fans with a compact and lightweight body for suitable transportation and work use.
The Detroit Auto Show of 2016 has unveiled quite a lot of automobile advancements in the industry that take the driving experience further than it has ever been before. One car that captured our attention is the new 2017 Mercedes E-Class that takes autonomous driving for civilians onto a whole other level. The new sensors, camera features, and lighting technology equipped on this vehicle are absolutely breathtaking and make driving something that would have only been dreamt of in movies. Here are some of the best driving assist features seen on the new E-Class:
The New Year brings us the 2015 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Sin City with tons of new technology. It’s amazing how far technology has come since the debut of the VCR in 1970. Now we have technologically advanced vehicles that utilize lighting, GPS, Android, and iOS to pave our way into the future. Yes, of course we are partial to all things car related so we’re bringing you what’s new in the car world. This year is HUGE for BMW with a friendly (not really) race with Audi to present the first car outfitted with laser headlights.
The Honda S2000 was not much of a popular vehicle for extensive light modification as most of them are in the automotive road racing culture which relied on pure mechanical and aero performance. However, we do come across some very clean examples of LED light modifications done on an S2000 such as this specimen. Our Audi Style LED strips are typically installed on the outside, but if you have the proper knowledge, it can be installed inside the headlights like these.
Our 20” long, 21-SMD LED strips have adhesive tape on the back of it that can be used to stick the strip onto any flat and smooth surface. They are usually installed underneath the headlight or on the bumper somewhere, but if you possess the experience to open up your headlights, this can be a result. These lights are available in three colors: Xenon White as this example shows, Ultra Blue, and Amber Yellow.
The side-shine capability allows the LED strip to be installed flat on a surface while allowing the lights to shine forward. This makes these lights very easy to install and configure to suit the needs of various applications. These Honda S2000 headlight LED strips are not for everyone, but we feel like this is a very clean example that many cars can use as an example for their installs.
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