The LA Auto Show is here again, and it’s one of our favorite car shows to attend since it showcases concept future cars with cars of the present. Here are a couple interesting tidbits we noticed this year:
As most of us are well aware, the Scion brand is no more and has been dismantled after 13 years of giving us some of the coolest, most affordably hip cars on the roads. While majority of Scion models have been completely discontinued like the the Scion tC, iQ, xB, and xD. We can still see remnant of the Scion brand that’s been absorbed into the Toyota lineup. These former Scion models are now branded as Toyota, with the extremely Scion FR-S rebadged as the Toyota 86, the Scion iA as the Yaris iA, and the Scion iM as the Corolla iM. Plus, we also see the Toyota line expanding, with the newly unveiled Toyota C-HR.
Audi is already such a high end car that there doesn’t seem to be much left that can be done to upgrade its quality. There are a couple components that can definitely be swapped out to add to the brightness and the overall driving experience. You could swap out your old stock reverse lights and upgrade to LED backup reverse lights to give you a nice, crisp output with better visibility at night. There is no such thing as having too much light when backing up, so brighter is definitely better when it comes to reverse lights.
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:
LED interior lights are always a step up from stock halogen and the dull, yellow output of the factory lights. If you have the option of getting the full LED interior light kit, then you practically have to swap out your entire car for LED lights. Fortunately the kit includes all of the interior LED lights that you need so that you don’t have to worry about finding the appropriate bulb size that corresponds to each location.
A whole set of interior LED panel lights really does a fine job of brightening up the entire cabin of your car and doesn’t require too much hard work to manage this upgrade. Instead of having to install a single, dimly lit bulb, these panels are fully stocked with super bright LED lights to make your interior shine as bright as day.