The Top Five Reasons to Upgrade to Our 2021+ Ford Bronco Oculus Bi-LED Projector Headlights
The new Ford Bronco is simply awesome, blending the classic good looks of the original with a modern drivetrain. The 10-speed automatic always seems to have the right gear, and both EcoBoosts put out plenty of power. Removing the top and doors for the ultimate open-air wheeling experience is simple. And Ford’s new Bronco has luxuries far beyond those ever offered in the first generation, like heated seat, leather and massive touchscreens. Plus, available front and rear lockers, 35-inch tires and Bilstein shocks make it extremely capable on the trail. It’s little wonder that Broncos are in short supply at almost every Ford dealer across the country.
Even with the Ford Bronco being solid right out of the box, we can’t stop ourselves from modifying it. Naturally, one of the first places we look to upgrade is a vehicle’s lighting. Yes, the Ford Bronco comes with LED headlights from the factory. But our new Oracle Lighting 2021+ Ford Bronco Oculus Bi-LED Projector Headlights are significant upgrades over the factory units. Not quite convinced? Here are five reasons why you should upgrade your stockers to our latest lighting release for the new Ford Bronco.
The Upgrade is Simple
A great reason to upgrade to our Oculus Bi-LED Projector Headlights is that installing them is simple. You don’t have to yank off the whole front bumper to remove the headlights like on some trucks. The Bronco’s grille pops off easily for quick access to the factory lights. With just a bit more work and removing a couple of bolts, the stock headlights are out of the way. Plug in the new lights, and you are good to go. Yes, we are simplifying things a bit, but we promise you won’t spend hours swearing in your garage or driveway. Check out the video below to see just how easy it is.
Broncos are tailor-made for the trail, but the boonies get seriously dark at night. Extra light output is always helpful on night runs and Oculus Bi-LED Project Headlamps have plenty of it. Producing a healthy 5,200 lumens of high-quality illumination, they are a significant step up compared to the factory headlights. They are ideal replacements for either the Standard or Signature Bronco lighting packages. And they are suitable for all-weather use with a 5500K color temperature that isn’t excessively harsh, causing eye strain.
Function comes before flash, but we will admit that looking good is important too. Why not have both? Our Oculus Bi-LED headlights for the 2021-and-newer Ford Bronco combine high performance with stellar looks. The Bi-LED projector produces lots of lumens along with unique visuals. The halo ring is available in white, amber or an amber/white switchback if you want a bit of both. Their modular design with separate turn signals and marker lights allows even more customization options. They not only add light output to your Bronco but add to its aggressive looks. Check out the video below to see how good they look on our Oracle Lighting Bronco.
Built to Last
All our Oculus Bi-LED headlights are built to last and survive use on the street or trail. Designed and developed by our engineering team in the USA, they feature rugged construction. Careful attention was paid during development to ensure proper thermal management with passive and active cooling methods. Remote-mounted heat sinks coupled with internal cooling fans keep our Oracle Oculus LED headlights temperatures under control and maximize reliability. A two-year warranty backs them, and they are DOT SAE certified, unlike some low-quality options on the market. And their modular nature makes replacing individual components easy if the need arises.
Improved SafetyProducing more lumens is useless if light is being thrown everywhere. Not only does that scenario create an almost unusable beam pattern, but it can also blind oncoming drivers. To help avoid that sketchy situation, the Oracle Oculus Bi-LED Projector Headlights for 2021+ Ford Broncos have a very sharp and well-defined cut-off line. They also feature a wide range of aim adjustments, making them suitable for lifted Broncos. Both features separate our Oculus lights from poorly made and engineered options.