Tuners from the United States decorated Jeep Wrangler with very interesting opticsAugust 25, 2019
The company Oracle Lighting, which specializes in the manufacture and sale of unique lighting equipment for cars, presented a very unique idea, creating an interesting set of headlights for the American SUV Jeep Wrangler, as well as a Gladiator pickup truck.
All headlights are supplied as a single product and include high and low beam optics, turn signals, running lights, and a radiator grill. The certificate looks very good, but this modification is more likely for an amateur who will like the plentiful amount of emitted light on a car.
In addition to the differences between custom optics and standard ones in terms of aesthetics, products from Oracle Lighting, unlike serial headlights, are safer, and diode turn signals shine about 4 times brighter than factory ones, and tuning lights can be individually adjusted for light brightness, which is certainly nice modification for your car.
The manufacturer claims that this optics has a high light emission power of about 4,000 lumens, and that the daytime running lights include 200 LEDs, in addition, an additional 24 LEDs are installed in the four lower block headlights. It is possible to independently install a custom radiator grill on any Jeep Wrangler of 2007 and younger, as well as on the 2019 Gladiator.
Despite the fact that the Jeep Wrangler of the latest model has been available for sales all year, experts say with confidence that Oracle Lighting optics will certainly have a huge demand in the United States, since halogen lamps are installed in the standard base version of the new jeep. The black radiator grill will cost the buyer 845 US dollars and 95 cents. Masters of the company can also paint the grille in any factory color if the customer pays an additional fee.
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