Toyota Tundra Top 5 Lighting Upgrades
In this article, we will be covering the Top 5 lighting upgrades that we have found for the Toyota Tundra. These lighting upgrades are more than just headlights, we will be evaluating the top lighting upgrades that can be done.
Cargo Light upgrades offer many advantages. The first major advantage of upgraded cargo lights is the ability to see the bed of the truck an what may be inside. The install is very easy and the upgrade is relatively inexpensive.
These bulbs can be found at Headlight Revolution
Fog light upgrades for your Toyota Tundra offer a huge light output gain. There are many options for upgrading your Tundra’s fog lights. You are able to choose from simply replacing the bulbs or replacing the whole fog light housing.
The most exciting fog light upgrade that you could do for your Tundra is the OEM LED Fog Light’s. These amazing lights are built and designed by Toyota themselves. The light output, beam pattern, and style are amazing.
GTR Ultra Series Fog Light Upgrades
OEM Fog Light Repleacment Housings
GTR Lighting’s 1,000 Lumen Reverse Lights are second to none. These lights will outperform any bulb when it comes to reverse lights. People often don’t think about their reverse lights being an important feature for their vehicle. However, the fact of the matter is they are very important to other drivers, as well as, yourself. They are an idicator letting others know you plan to go in reverse or are currently moving in revcrse.
Another huge benefit of these lights is they allow the driver to actually see where you are going in reverse, helping to avoid collisions and making trailer connections as easy as the middle of the day. We have covered these lights before in an article, if you want more information click here.
When it comes to upgrading headlight upgrades there are many different options, styles, and colors.
OEM housing replacements are becoming more and more popular. Toyota’s new 2018 and 2019 Tundra’s come with an option for upgraded headlight housings with built-in LED’s. These offer both functionality and style upgrades. The best part is they are plug-and-play with a perfect fit.
The trend in automotive lighting is LED. As the popularity of LED’s goes up, the technology and reliability follow suit. The majority of the LED Headlights on the market are junk, they are cheap Chinese products that do not perform well at all. Picking one that performs well and is reliable can be an overwhelming task. Well, the guys at Morimoto got fed up with all the bad options, so they created the XB LED Headlights for the Toyota Tundra.
An older but reliable style of upgrade is HID technology. HID is a very bright alternative to halogen lights, the converion kits have been troubleshot and perform well. Not all HID kits are created equal however, the GTR Lighting Tundra Specific conversion kit has been tested and provcn to work extemley well.
Tundra Specific HID Conversion Kit
Tundra OEM Bi-LED Housings
Our top lighting upgrade for the Toyota Tundra is none other than the NSV Knight Rider light bar. It is designed exclusively for the Toyota Tundra, making it the world’s first digitally controlled light bar designed for a specific vehicle. This light bar fits perfectly in the hood scoop on the vehicle. NSV designed it with tooled photo-metric lenses giving it unrivaled performance and a diamond-like glimmer, it is simply beautiful. Digital controlled is full controlling lighting movement and intensity.
The light bar has severeal modes including: day-time running light, offroad high-intensity light, swipe open and close.
Street legal in the USA for Fog Light use. Not compliant with DOT / FMVSS108 and not street legal in the USA for Headlights. Certain specialty vehicles strictly limited to off-street use and not having DOT registration or license plates may use these products exclusively off-streets. International street legality varies by country. This usage regulation is not unique to a specific bulb, ALL LED and HID bulbs from all other brands, regardless of marketing claims, are prohibited from street use in halogen headlights in the USA.