If your original tail lights are dulled, scratched up, cracked or broken, you can replace them with original equipment, or use the opportunity to upgrade your car or truck to the unique look of Euro tail lights. Plain red lenses make your vehicle look the same as every other vehicle on the road. Our euro tail lights are direct fit, bolt on replacements for your OE lights, making them the easy way to give your ride a personal touch.
- Spyder® Euro Tail Lights$38.68 - $210.92
- Spec-D® Euro Tail Lights$35.20 - $248.31
- Anzo® Euro Tail Lights$43.84 - $300.76
- IPCW® Euro Tail Lights$52.24 - $247.80
- CG® Euro Tail Lights$27.14 - $232.50
- Winjet® Euro Tail Lights$29.99 - $87.99
- IPCW® Black Euro Tail Lights$52.24 - $247.80
- Replace® Euro Tail Lights$76.82 - $183.04
Let’s face it, most factory tail lights are boring. When you’ve got a whole vehicle to build, tail lights are far down the list of importance. It’s much easier and cheaper to make an unremarkable reflector and slap on a plain red lens. As long as it passes safety regulations it’s approved for production. In contrast, our manufacturers specialize in lighting, and their designers use Euro tail lights as their palette to create unique and original designs.
Instead of a boring, plain red lens, Euro tail lights have chrome or black substrates on which the bulbs are mounted in intricate and detailed arrangements. Small individual red, clear, or yellow lenses are positioned over the bulbs, and the housing is covered by a clear or smoke outer lens. Euro tail lights are also known as Altezza tail lights, after the name of the Toyota model on which this style light was first used. As you can see from the lights on this page, Euro tail lights are much more interesting than OE lights, and sure to catch everyone’s eye as you roll past.
Browse our extensive selection of Euro tail lights. For most popular vehicles there are several great styles from which to choose, and for some applications, they’re available with LED bulbs. With these lights, you not only get unique design, you get all the advantages of LEDs as well, including faster rise time, long life, and resistance to vibration. LED bulbs light up 0.2 seconds faster than incandescent bulbs, and this time difference can give the driver behind you almost 20 ft. of additional stopping distance at 60 mph. They last 50,000 hours or more, so you’ll probably never have to replace them.
The best thing about of our Euro tail lights may be that it’s so easy to have this great custom look. Unlike some customizing projects that can be involved and require a lot of modifications, these Euro lights are designed to be direct, bolt-on replacements for your original tail lights. And these lights are just as reliable as OE and completely legal for highway use. The lights we offer are extensively tested to ensure dependable operation in all weather conditions. They meet all quality and legal standards and are approved for road use by the DOT (Department of Transportation).
- (504)Fiber Optic Tail LightsDazzling Displays
- (3,651)LED Tail LightsDurable, Bright, Vibration Resistant
- (799)3rd Brake LightsCenter High Mount Stop Lamp
- (8,821)Factory Tail LightsOriginal Equipment Style
- (3,068)Black Tail LightsDark Radiance
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Guides & Articles
- Tail LightsWhat Are The Differences Between Euro And LED Tail Lights?To define a "Euro tail light", it's important to first define a modern "Euro" headlight assembly. Dating back to the 1950s, headlights on European cars were distinctive for their flush, aerodynamic glass surfaces, a design not permitted in the U.S. until 1984. At first, these Euro style headlamp assemblies did not feature a great deal of distinctive styling other than a smooth, one-piece glass outer surface. By the end of the last century, as high-tech xenon headlight assemblies grew in popularity on luxury vehicles, OEM Euro style headlights began to imitate their technical projector-beam look. Frosted glass lens covers were replaced with clear plastic ones, allowing a look at multi-faceted mirror pieces shaped in a variety of patterns. Today, Euro headlights have become associated with those complex shapes as well as circular cutouts that look the part of projector beam lenses. Euro tail lights (sometimes called "Altezza lights" or "clear tail lights") pay tribute to this look with designs modeled after modern Euro headlights.
- Tail LightsWhat Choices do I Have for Tail Lights?There is an ever increasing range of taillights available, thanks to the rapid development of modern lighting technology and to changes in the legal requirements for automotive lighting. There have never been these many options for taillights, and it has never been easier to create a completely unique lighting signature for a custom vehicle.
- Car BulbsHow Does a Halogen Light Bulb Work?Today, halogen bulbs are most often used for headlights and fog lights, and their increased light output increases driver visibility in darkness and inclement weather. Halogen bulbs are a variant of the traditional incandescent bulbs that have been used since the early days of the electric light. The bulb is either evacuated (has a vacuum) or filled with an inert gas to keep the filament from oxidizing.
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