Make Your Jeep Wrangler Flashier With The Vector ProSeries LED Grille

Wanna make your Wrangler a bit more, well, flashy? Try out Oracle Lighting’s new Vector ProSeries grille, fresh with custom LED lights, DOT-compliant headlights and high-beams, plus enhanced Daytime Running Lights and quad driving lights.

According to Oracle, the grille not only offers a new look for the Wrangler JL, but will also provide drivers with improved visibility. And yes, you can also get it for the 2007-2018 Wrangler JK and the 2020 Gladiator JT.

The Jeep pictured here also comes with independently adjustable beams; the lights are installed based on the stock model’s stance before adjusters are added for both distance as well as cornering visibility. Technically speaking, the low beams are separated into two individual units (Driving Beam and Low Beam), which can really come in handy on lifted models such as this one.

Also Read: 2020 Jeep Wrangler To Get V6 And Inline-Four Hybrid Powertrains

“Oracle Lighting couldn’t be more pleased with the official launch of the new Oracle Vector ProSeries Jeep Wrangler JL,” said the company’s director of product development, Justin Hartenstein. “The Vector design is a forward-thinking twist on the look of the JL while delivering more features, safety and visibility for drivers, especially in lifted rigs.”

“The vector represents our company’s strong commitment to delivering American-engineered lighting solutions that help consumers get the most out of their trucks doing what they love.”

In total there are 24 Luxeon ZES LEDs, which team up to emit 4,000 lumens. However, the car’s signature feature is the grille’s enhanced dynamic DRLs, which are arranged in a wrap-around pattern and pack more than 200 high-out LEDs housed within a tinted lens, helping to create a smooth visual pattern.

As for how much this new look will set you back, the grille is $895 and ships complete and ready to install.

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  • TheBelltower

    Lots of angry looking plastic and 75-cent LED’s. Very tasteful.

  • SteersUright

    Its the 90’s all over again.

  • Bash


  • Howfarr

    How to let the world know you are a colossal moron

  • Wandering_Spirit

    The dream of every pimp around the world.

  • Stephen G


  • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

    Yep, that’s hideous.

  • Mr. EP9

    Also a no on this one as well. Talk about gaudy.

  • tony kwok

    hells no!

  • Soul2Stinger

    Great, a new lighting toy to blind people with.

  • Emoto

    Holy cow. The idea of a replacement grill with independently adjustable DOT-approved lights is good, but the styling they created is grotesque. Yuck.

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