Yes, in some models of the A6 and A8 series.
Experienced DIY-ers will be able to do it themselves. In all other cases, we recommend you visit your specialist garage.
In a specialist car shop / Internet shop
Yes, in the signal image and the bulbs or LED technology used.
Up to 1,000 hours when a H6W bulb is used. Up to 3,000 hours when a HiPer-16W bulb is used. Up to 10,000 hours with LED solutions.
Auxiliary headlights have an active function whereas daytime running light has a passive signalling function.
In the case of vehicle-specific sets such as for the Golf IV, installation takes between 1-2 hours. No general time guide can be given for universal sets on account of the wide variety of vehicles on the market. Garages should always make an estimate first in these cases.
No. Motorcyclists are not being downgraded in their visibility, other road-users are being upgraded.
No. With future LED versions a similar light color will be achieved as with Xenon headlights. But it is still within the white spectrum.
No. Daytime running lights are not suitable for projecting active light to be used by the driver onto the road.
Yes, to the same degree as all common headlights. As a rule, Hella uses PC cover lenses. These are sturdier than glass cover lenses.
Yes. Cables and brackets are included with all sets. The relays are integrated in our LED daytime running lights.
On account of the variety of installation situations, the sets only include the basic equipment. However, additional harnesses and installation material is usually listed in the assembly instructions under “Accessories”. These can also be ordered via a retailer or garage.
On account of the different vehicle bodies and variety of installation scenarios associated with this, the attachment bracket for the vehicle sometimes has to be custom-made separately.
e1 is for instance the marking for electronics testing. The daytime running light is not tested for this.
E1 is for instance the type approval marking according to ECE R87 for daytime running lights.