Xenon / Led Lighting Upgrades
Our HID Driving Lights and Spot Lights are available in a wide range of styles and types. So whether you need them to light up the motorway, or rugged terrain Feefy Design’s Driving lights has it covered
What we can offer you?
Feefy Design offer the very best in aftermarket Xenon HID Lighting. Compared to standard Halogen Bulbs, Xenon HID (High Intensity Discharge) gives a significantly brighter light output, with a stronger beam pattern to better illuminate road markings, signs & potential hazards to create a far safer road experience when travelling at night. Once you’ve upgraded to Xenon HID light, you’ll never want to go back to halogen!
What is Xenon Lights ?
Xenon H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) lighting is a superior lighting technology. Instead of having a filament inside the bulb, it is replaced with xenon gas. When the xenon gas ignites, it produces a vivid and bright light that is 3X more powerful than that of a halogen bulb.
Benefits of Xenon Lights
Compared to traditional halogen headlights, xenon headlights produce up to twice as many lumens per headlight bulb, which means that they emit brighter light than was previously available from halogen headlights, even on low-beam settings. When headlights produce brighter light, the task of night driving becomes significantly easier for most people, especially senior citizens.
Xenon headlights typically last two to three times longer than halogen headlights, because they use a completely different method of generating their light. Conventional headlights conduct electricity through a thin wire (called a filament) that is housed in a chamber containing halogen-enriched gas, producing light in a somewhat similar fashion to traditional incandescent household bulbs. On the other hand, xenon headlights don’t use filaments that break over time; instead, they create light by directly conducting a beam of electricity through electrodes in a xenon gas-filled chamber.
In addition to providing a brighter view of the road ahead, xenon headlights can provide other safety benefits. For example, most factory xenon headlight systems include auto-leveling devices to reduce glare–they automatically lower the level of the headlight beam when the vehicle goes over bumps in the road or when it carries a heavy load in the rear. Furthermore, many of the newest systems include adaptive features that automatically pivot the headlight beam as the vehicle goes through corners. By pointing the beam both lower and directly through corners, the xenon headlight can reduce (not eliminate) glare for drivers of oncoming/leading cars, and it also directs light more usefully for its own vehicle.
Despite these benefits, xenon headlights are relatively expensive, and it can also be very difficult/impossible to retrofit them to a car that was originally equipped with halogen headlights. Over time, however, xenon headlights are expected to become more widely available for both new and used vehicles.