Just announced at SEMA: ORACLE Sidetrack™ Lighting System.

Posted by Justin Hartenstein on

ORACLE Lighting’s new Sidetrack™ LED Lighting System is a stylish and functional upgrade for Jeep Wrangler JL and Jeep Gladiator models. This tactical-inspired body cladding is equipped with multi-function integrated LED lights that provide benefits to both driver and passengers.

The light modules consist of a pair of injection-molded inserts that fit in the original body lines and contour the factory fender vent for a seamless look. Matte black panels provide an aggressive look that adds a rugged and tactical appearance to the Jeep. Installation requires no modification to the fender sheetmetal; the cladding simply applies with included VHB adhesive.

Entry Light Feature:
The LED “Entry Light” features high-output white LEDs which is a side-light intended to illuminate the area outside of the vehicle for the driver and passengers approaching the vehicle at night. This convenient feature allows the driver and passengers to identify puddles, potholes, and other hazards when entering and exiting the vehicle. The entry lights are connected to the vehicle’s dome light circuit so the entry lights will activate when the vehicle is unlocked, when the doors open, and can be manually turned on with the factory control knob.

Turn Indicator Feature:
The LED “Turn Indicator” addresses a potential safety issue with the US- spec Jeep Wrangler JL and Gladiator models which do not have a clear indicator on the side of the vehicle. This can be inconvenient when changing lanes with a vehicle is positioned in the Jeep’s blind spot, this blind spot is increased substantially on lifted vehicles. By adding a bright amber indicator in a clearly visible position, the Sidetrack™ provides a needed visibility benefit for lifted Jeeps.

PATENT PENDING

Price: TBA
Projected Launch Date: March 2020

Fitment:
2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL
2020-2020 Jeep Gladiator JT

Want more information? Contact your ORACLE Lighting Sales Representative. 


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