If you’ve got a truck the size of Texas, then you would for sure love some new aftermarket lighting add-ons that would do that monster justice. These LED daytime running lights are specifically tailored for the 2010-2014 Ford F150 Raptor to get rid of the bumper openings located at the sides of the F150. Get rid of the gaping holes at the side of your truck and fill it up with LED lamps that fit snug, as if the truck rolled off the assembly line like that. These LED daytime running lamps light up without too much of an offensive glow, rather you get a clean strip of pure white light that will make people on the street and cars across from you take a second peek.
The Hella Style LED daytime running lights are a great accent to add onto your vehicle. The best part about having LEDayFlex DRL is that they are universal fit so you don’t have to worry about fitment issues. The individual LED bulbs make it extremely easy for you to install these daytime running lights however you like. Unlike other set LED daytime running light designs, the LEDayFlex DRL is all about you and your creation.
Mini Coopers are just fun, little cars that can be ultra personalized to the driver’s own preferences with all sorts of aftermarket badges, grill decorations, and tons of LED lights. In this case, these MINI Cooper LED side markers are a hip little upgrade that shows off the MINI’s quirky side. The chrome neo-dark finish is brighter than stock filament bulb side markers with a built-in CAN-bus controller so there’s no onboard computer error. MINI Coopers are all about customization so the last thing that should be on your mind is worrying about any error message staring at you in the face.
Looks like the we got a peek of the BMW 7 Series’ headlights in this week’s spy shot. There’s tons of LED technology here, and it will all be standard. There will be absolutely no need to buy the higher end premium package to get these LED lights now, although with the price tag a 7 Series commands, one would think it should be standard already. What this means is that laser lights, seen on the i8, will be an optional feature.
Expect the 7 Series to be the most technologically advanced car from BMW with the technology second to none. This includes parking assistance, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bowers & Wilkins audio, and next level drive assist. For those who love style, bi-color wheels will also be available starting summer 2015.
The BMW 1 Series has been spotted doing testing to cater to the consumer market following the success of cheaper entry level sedans. This is to compete with entry level sedans from Mercedes Benz and Audi, including the CLA and the A3. The car will have a different design from the hatchback due for an LCI next year as well. BMW fans can expect this car out on the market in late 2015 or early 2016 with a price that’s lower than the 2 Series.