LEDs first appeared in headlight housings as daytime running lights over a decade ago, and their presence on the roadway has been increasing ever since. Today some vehicles come from the factory with all LED headlights, and we offer full LED headlights as well, but the majority of headlights, including the ones you’ll find on our digital shelves, employ the LEDs as supplemental parking lights, running lights, and turn signals in addition to the main incandescent projector beam or parabolic lens light.

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But regardless of function, with our LED headlights you can count on improved illumination, making your vehicle more visible to other drivers, and unmatched style that will set it apart from ordinary models. Anything you can do to make your vehicle more conspicuous, especially in darkness and inclement weather, will increase your safety, and our LED headlights will definitely draw attention. We offer composite LED headlights, LED sealed beam conversion kits, and kits to replace incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs.

Their diminutive size makes LEDs easy to organize in attractive arrangements. The array of OE headlight LEDs found on many models has become so distinctive that these cars can often be identified by their LEDs alone. But the OEMs have nothing on our headlight manufacturers’ designers. These skilled artisans use the composite headlights we offer as palettes with LED lights as the medium to create illuminated works of art. They’ve even worked their magic to create unique lighting arrays within the more confined space of our sealed beam conversion headlights. Browse our extensive selection of LED headlights, and you’re sure to find the lights that will perfectly set off your car or truck and reflect your personal style.

The main headlights on most of our composite headlight assemblies are projector beams. Projectors will increase your visibility by putting more light on the roadway where you need it to see better at night and in inclement weather. Projectors have an elliptical reflector and clear lens that produce a sharper, more focused beam of light, compared with the scatter loss that is common with conventional parabolic reflector lights. Many of our headlights also have stylish Halo or U-Bar lights around the projector lens. These can be illuminated by LEDs or with CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) technology. CCFL Halos are filled with gas like a neon sign, and display the same kind of glow.

Besides enjoying the illumination and appearance upgrade you get with our LED headlights, you’ll also realize many other benefits. LED bulbs consume very little power and won’t strain the electrical system. They’re also insensitive to vibration, making them unaffected by off-road adventures or pothole strewn roads. LEDs last much longer than comparable incandescent bulbs, 50,000 hours or more, so while you may have to replace the main halogen bulbs in your headlight assemblies at some point, you’ll most likely never have to replace the LEDs. But you can get that same durability with superior illumination when you upgrade your standard halogen headlight bulbs to LEDs with our LED headlight conversion kits.

Our LED headlight bulbs produce a much brighter light (6000k color temperature) with a wider beam, so you can see the road better for safer driving, without blinding oncoming drivers, a common problem with other types of high-powered headlight conversions. They run cooler too, thanks to their built-in cooling fans. Our LED conversion bulbs are a plug-and-play installation for all of the most popular high and low beam headlight bulbs, and they can be used on both reflector and projector beam headlight applications. And unlike brighter halogen bulbs that typically sacrifice lifespan to gain intensity, our LED bulbs will most likely be the last headlight bulbs you’ll ever have to buy for your vehicle.

If you have an older vehicle with sealed beam headlights now you too can get all the advantages of LED lights with our sealed beam conversion kits. We offer both reflector and projector beam full LED headlights, as well as assemblies that feature LED running, parking and turn signal lights. Some lights also come with a choice of black or chrome substrates, and stylish Halo rings, features previously only available with newer composite headlight assemblies. Our conversion kit lights are direct fit, bolt-on replacements for standard sealed beam headlights and they’re available for both round and rectangular, 2 and 4 light applications.

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Oracle Halo Lights for 2012 Challenger
I did a lot of research before buying these lights. I wanted the right look and good quality. These lights didn't disappoint. They are OEM with built in (after market) halos and all wiring. They look amazing on the car and improve appearance dramatically. I would definitely recommend.
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