This product comes with special adapters so that it is compatible with any car that can use the LED Fog Light with H11 bulbs, making the compatibility list even larger. You can see that the LED halo rings give the car a little bit more of a unique look as opposed to the standard fog lights. This makes it perfect for the person who likes to think outside of the box but doesn’t want anything too crazy. You can even see the quality of the glass projector and the smooth, clean look.
The rear fog light is not seen on American model cars very often because it’s a feature that’s not required in the United States. That’s a shame because there are some pretty practical and useful functions of the rear fog light! iJDMTOY has developed quite the collection of LED JDM Rear fog lamps for various cars and with various functions as well. There are some with a simple LED bulb in the assembly, some inspired by F1 racing, and even a 3-in-1 multiple function LED rear fog light too.
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.
Got a 2008-2010 BMW 5 Series and still stuck with the dull yellow halogen look? A set of LED Angel Eyes For BMW E60 LCI will get rid of that dull look and transform to an HID-matching look in a jiffy. This is a set of 20W CREE High Powered LED Ring Marker Bulbs that will give your E60 5 Series a whole new super bright white look. This is leagues above its halogen counterpart and is something that all E60 LCI 5 Series owners should install on their Bimmer.
Toyota announced this morning of the death of the Scion brand after the continual Scion sales slump over the recent years. Scion was introduced over a decade ago to cater to the young, hip, cost-conscious buyers who wanted a fun car without a hefty price tag. Sadly, Scion hasn’t maintained a steady sales has experienced a massive decline.
Scion fans do have something to look forward to, as a few of the models will be absorbed into the Toyota lineup. You will definitely see the FR-S on the other side, as well as the iM and iA. The once loved tC will not be carried over and will officially be laid to rest.
It was a great run, Scion.