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In rear lamps, applications with red and yellow LEDs already are state of the art in lighting technology. In Cadillac ats LED headlights, especially white LEDs are necessary that for main functions must provide a better light performance. All light functions of a serial headlights can be realized in LED technology, these are low and high beam, daytime running light, turn indicator and position light.
LED technology offers new opportunities for the future concerning styling of your Cadillac ats, technology and energy consumption.

When it comes to high output, low power draw, and awesome modern looks, Cadillac ats LED Lights are where it's at. LED technology projects a pure, bright beam that is both highly visible and much quicker to engage compared to incandescent bulbs. Plus, LED Auto Lights last an incredibly long time and demand very little power from your electrical system. Upgrade your looks and safety with LED Lights for Cadillac ats, and maximize your savings.

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    2015 Cadillac ats LED Headlights, Tail Lights, 3rd brake lights, fog lights and other LED lighting solutions provide a powerful, bright light where it’s needed most, while helping other road users recognize the 2015 Cadillac ats as soon as possible.

    LED is considered to be today's most efficient way of lighting, with an estimated energy efficiency of between 80-90% when compared to traditional lighting and conventional light bulbs. This is only one of, but perhaps the best, reason to use 2015 Cadillac ats LED lighting. They save you money on power and save the environment. Conventional light bulbs squander the majority of their energy as heat. An incandescent bulb gives off 90% of its energy as heat, while a compact fluorescent bulb squanders about 80% as heat.