Don’t neglect your turn signal lights! These lights are what tell people around you where you will be turning or making a lane change. Everyone has driven behind that one driver who has absolutely no consideration for other drivers in the area and makes lane changes in the last minute, forcing other people to slam onto their brakes. Sometimes, people have extremely dim turn signals that you can hardly see the turn signal light behind the housing anyway. Fortunately, bad habits can be fixed and lights can be swapped. These 12272 LED bulbs are powered by 4 pieces of CREE XB-D LED lights that is way brighter than the stock bulb to give you a better look and increased safety.
Sometimes, you see cars on the road with that fried egg look, which means that there’s no clear front end, making your car look like there are eggs thrown onto your vehicle. These PWY24W bulbs get rid of that fried egg look so that you can use them as turn signal lights or daytime lights. We all know that fried eggs belong on breakfast plates, not on cars. Either option looks fantastic so your hardest decision is deciding how you want to use these LED bulbs.
What’s something that’s small, easy to install, but packs a whole lot of punch? LED license plate lights do a fantastic job of adding to the look of the car, but keep the general appearance. If you didn’t want to do anything extreme like drilling into your bumper or attempting some retrofit modifications, then LED license plate lights is a great choice. These Audi LED license plate lamps have a built-in CAN-bus controller that makes sure that there’s no error message from the onboard computer.
We all know that the 1 series is the cheapest model in the BMW line, there’s not much that’s going to be done to the car until it’s phased out so don’t expect too many changes to be made. One thing that’s slated to be different is the front end since it’s been widely criticized since day one. The new look is rumored to look like the 2 series coupe since the 2 series is significantly more attractive.
We are extremely interested in the LED facet (obviously) so it’s great to hear that the new prototypes have LED strips in the back. The interior should remain about the same, so it looks like the upgrade will be all about the exterior.
Looks like LED lighting is ever evolving into one heck of a technological creation after another. The Audi Q7 comes with xenon projectors, but for about 2,000 more Euros, you can get a Q7 with the Matrix LED system. This upgrade maximizes visibility but at the same time, doesn’t blind oncoming traffic. We all know of that one car in the intersection who has their high beams on that you start seeing light auras even after you have driven off. This is not only inconvenient, but it’s also extremely dangerous.
The Q7 will also have a new grille design for a stronger front end look, for those who love to have an SUV that has reliability and fierceness combined.