LED lighting technology has become commonplace in the automotive industry over the past couple of years, with many of the main car manufacturers replacing the traditional incandescent bulbs with highly efficient and durable LED bulbs. This new type of eco-friendly lighting can be found in exterior automotive lighting with new headlamp and brake light designs to incorporate different styles of LED strip lights, together with interior lighting. Ford recently announced they were introducing interior LED lights in the 2013 Fusion model, with the capability to change the colour of interior illumination to match the drivers mood.
Now it seems that iconic motorcycle manufacturer Harley Davidson is getting in on the act, with a whole new website designed to showcase its wide range of new LED lighting accessories. The website is titles “Own the Night” and includes many different LED products like headlamps, auxiliary lamps, tail lamps and turn signals for almost all late-model Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
The Harley Davidson motorcycle has been around since 1903 and has become one of the most recognised automotive brands in the world. The company has come to recognise the importance of rider safety and has embraced all the benefits that the latest LED lighting technology offers. The website champions the numerous features and benefits of products like LED headlamps, namely the increased, super bright light beam, superior durability of shock and vibration resistant LED lights together with the ease of installation of the new units.
There is also a great range of LED comparison data so owners can compare the advantages of LED lights compared to the stock incandescent units and there is plenty of multimedia content too, with videos that demonstrate the dramatic difference in lighting performance between Original Equipment incandescent lighting and the LED alternatives.
It is quick and simple to install a new LED lighting unit on an old Harley Davidson motorcycle, providing superior visibility for night riding, even in the harshest and most challenging conditions. The new headlamps are designed to clip in place of the old ones and fit exactly using the factory headlamp wiring. The same goes for the taillights and turn signal lights, with a choice of chrome or black housings.