VW Beetle HID Lights, Xenon Conversion Kits, Replacement Bulbs
Above this paragraph is a video that visualizes the benefits of driving with our Xenon Conversion Kit. For instance HID Lights increase your time to react so you can steer clear of obstacles and avoid road hazards. Help out your eyes and make them more comfortable while driving at night.
Driving in the dark can be dangerous at times. With our HID Lighthouse Xenon Conversion Kit we can help you make driving a little safer. The benefits of driving with HID Lights are only a click away. Our HID Lighthouse kit is only $64.95; the competition sells the same lights for $80.00 or more. Buy from us and receive free shipping
We offer our full HID conversion kit for just $64.95, offering an array of colors, free shipping and handling, complete installation instruction, and for your reassurance, a full money back guarantee within one year. Why not switch to the safer and superior xenon lamps today? Call us at HID Lighthouse with any questions on how to make the road safer today!
Included in the HID Lighthouse Xenon Conversion Kit:
- 2- Plug & Play HID Ballast
- 2-Vibrant Xenon HID Bulbs
- 2- Factory Plug Adapters
- Mounting Hardware
- Installation Instruction
- Warranty Registration
VW Beetle HID Lighthouse Installation Guide
- If you’re the do-it-yourself type you can install your HID light yourself. You can follow along with our step by step installation manual and install your HID kit yourself. Click the link below to download the HIDlighthouse.com installation manual.
HID Light Colors Available For The VW Beetle:
3,000K Fog Lights (Yellow)
6,000K (White w/ Blue)
10,000K (Blue w/ Purple)
VW Beetle HID Halogen Headlights, Bi Xenon Lights, Fog Lamps and Kits In Stock:
h7, h11, H1, H2, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12, H13, 880, 881, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D1C, D2C, D2R, P15D-1
A short history about the VW Beetle:
Easily the most famous and recognizable of VWs, the Beetle was a subcompact in production from 1938 to 2003. Prior to 1967, the Beetle was simply known as the Volkswagen Type 1. It was a marked departure from other small cars in that it did not neglect power and performance in the name of fuel economy. While in development, the Beetle was tested on high speeds on the German Autobahn. The Beetles produced during the war years were military vehicles, adaptable to all climates and even water-tight. At the end of the war, The British army had control of the VW factory and might have shipped development to England had British carmakers not rejected the car out of hand. Instead, the factory produced cars for the British army. The civilian Beetles began production again in 1945. The popularity of the car exploded in the 1960s due to the Beetle’s well-established reputation for economy and durability. As time, went on however, other compacts caught up with and surpassed the Beetle in terms of economy, although it could be argued that none of them approached the Beetle’s reliability. The Beetle continued in limited production until 2003, concluding an unmatched 58-year run on its original design. VW released a New Beetle in 1998, but this car is only superficially similar to the original Beetle
HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Lights, Bulbs, Lamps -
High-Intensity Discharge lamps are a type of arc lamp. Light is made in an arc lamp when electricity jumps across two points or electrodes. Usually the arc light bulb has a vacuum inside and when electricity is pushed from one side the electricity jumps across to the other side and creates light. High-Intensity Discharge works in the same fashion except it has a big power booster.