Ford Five Hundred 2007, D-Series Halogen Headlight Bulbs by Vision X®. 1 Pair. White color bulbs, 4300K. Increase brightness by up to 50% with the Vision X headlight bulbs. Vision X headlight bulbs provide a superwhite, more natural light for increased visibility and safety. With three lines to chose from, they offer the perfect mix of cost and performance for any driver. The D Series line features a B1 coating to provide a superwhite light while still being fully DOT approved. This line features automotive bulbs that will shine brighter and further down the road than standard bulbs.
|Series: D Series|
|Light type: halogen|
|Color temperature: 4300K|
|Light color: white|
- Bulbs emit a super white light that is rated at 4300K
- Superwhite beam creates natural light color
- More reflective off-road signs and markers
- Better depth perception and less eye fatigue
- These bulbs are DOT / SAE compliant and completely street legal
Over time headlight bulbs dim, long before they burn out. Vision X provides three lines of headlight replacement bulbs to best suit your needs. These bulbs are superwhite, not the standard orangy-yellow color, for a more natural light color that increases visibility, provides for better depth perception, and reduces eye fatigue. Vision X offers bulbs for not only automotive, but also for bikes, ATV/UTV, and snow mobiles.
Founded in 1997, Vision X® is a worldwide manufacturer of premium HID, LED and Halogen lighting systems for various applications. Vision X lights and light bars are widely used on off-road trucks, ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles, boat towers, and many other vehicles. Made using the latest lighting technology, these lights are well-known for their unparalleled quality and exceptional performance. The company’s engineers are doing their best to improve their products and find ways to better serve customer needs. All Vision X lighting solutions undergo rigorous tests such as vibration testing, thermal testing, Isolux testing, and ingress protection testing to ensure they live up to the harshest conditions.