Hella Launches Sleek, Integrated Lighting Package for F-150

Hella Launches Sleek, Integrated Lighting Package for F-150

Hella, Inc. announces the availability of a complete lighting upgrade kit for Ford F-150 2004 -2008 models in the U.S. and Canada. The new kit includes a complete styling package, consisting of two "blackout" headlamps, a composite front grille shell assembly fitted with two Hella Rallye 4000 Compact Series Driving Lamps, two LED taillamps and a cab-mounted brake light.

Hella’s award winning F-150 LED Tail lamp features 24 LEDs that perform the stop/turn functions and CELIS light guides that perform the taillamp and parking lamp function.

Hella, Inc., the North American aftermarket subsidiary of automotive lighting and electronics supplier Hella, announces the availability of a complete lighting upgrade kit for Ford F-150 2004 -2008 models in the U.S. and Canada. The new kit includes a complete styling package, consisting of two “blackout” headlamps, a composite front grille shell assembly fitted with two Hella Rallye 4000 Compact Series Driving Lamps, two LED taillamps and a cab-mounted brake light. The grille, headlamp kit and taillamps kit are also available separately. All of the products in the kit are DOT and SAE compliant.

The new F-150 Upgrade Kit is designed for a smooth, flush fit that creates the appearance of a factory option and helps retain the F150’s original styling. It replaces the vehicle’s stock front grille, headlamps and taillamps, and gives F-150 owners a great way to add high performance lighting without the need to install a brush guard or light bar.

Hella’s new F-150 composite grille assembly is available in a choice of Xenon and Halogen versions with new Free-Form lighting technology. It is simple and easy to install. The grille bolts in place of stock grille and provides full vertical light adjustment. The Halogen headlamps consist of matte black housing and carbon fiber inlay, which creates the stylish “blackout” look. The black composite grille shell can be painted for custom styling. The kit comes complete with a ready-to-use wiring harness and easy-to-follow installation instructions.

Hella’s new lighting package also includes an award winning F-150 LED Taillamp kit, which includes two taillamps and a cab-mounted brake light. The LED taillamps and brake light feature 24 LEDs that perform the stop/turn functions and CELIS light guides that perform the tail lamp and parking lamp function. The LED taillamps provide an increased margin of safety with a fast, illuminating and high visibility LED brake light function.

For more information, visit www.hellausa.com or www.hellacanada.com.

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