If you’ve got a monster of a Ford Escape, then make sure you let everyone know this with a kick-ass set of OEM fit LED daytime running lamps that make your car unique. At first glance, these LED daytime running lamps already look pretty fierce. Add that to a car known for its size and its brawn and you got a killer combination.
The Mercedes Benz GLC is the new entry level SUV that is slated to replace the GLK. There’s also several power train ranges including a hybrid version as well. The new GLC is very similar to the C-Class which was inspired by the S-Class. By the transitive property, we can say that the GLC is also inspired by the S-Class.
Some of the lower model GLC will even have the "AMG look" which gives it the AMG inspired look without having to shell out all of the AMG sticker price.
The Toyota RAV4 is a super reliable car with plenty of legroom for everyone inside, but it’s not generally known as a car that’s popular to modify. Fortunately, this set of OEM fit LED daytime running lights fit the RAV4 to a tee, giving you one heck of a unique look, while still maintaining that OEM appearance. If your bumper matches the one from the listing, then you’re in luck because your RAV4 will still have that SUV appearance, but have aftermarket upgrades that’s fitting for your fastest sports car. The LED DRL is actually made from fiber optics that’s similar to those found on high end luxury cars. It forms an even and uniform lighting output when you compare it with the conventional versions where you can see each individual LED emitter.
Can’t bear to part with your BMW X5 but love to have a set of new LED daytime running lights seen on the newer models? These BMW X5 OEM Fit LED Daytime Lights gives you that boost you need to completely revamp your entire car. These lamps are a direct fit so you can just clip them on to your 2007-2010 X5’s front bumper and not have to worry about any modifications.
This Audi RS Q3 prototype seems to have xenon plus headlights as well as LED daytime running lights that are standard for the vehicle. It also has a gaping intake and black mesh that makes it different from the first RS models from 2013. The prototype still has the single exhaust pipe, much to the disappointment of many fans. However, the car does have 19 inch wheels. The new RS Q3 will have a 5 cylinder, 2.5 liter turbo engine.