When looking for lighting packages for your vehicle, it’s always comforting to know that you’re buying a product from a reputable manufacturer. Here are 10 of the most recommended LED car light companies for you to keep an eye out for:

Underglow Packages:

1. OPT7OPT7 Underbody Kit

OPT7 Lighting has a strong reputation in the field, as they have been around for an entire decade in aftermarket auto lighting. They are known as the #1 leader in automotive lighting and design, and are a personal favorite of mine.

While the majority of their products revolve around aftermarket headlights, tail lights, fog lamps, etc., they really stand out to me because of their AURA LED Accent Light Kits.

Most of their lighting products are controlled via Bluetooth, using an app on your smartphone, which makes it much easier to control multiple light sources in your vehicle at the same time.

As specialists in auto lighting, they have a full range of options for your rides, including

OPT7 warranties their products, so you can be sure if there’s a problem, they will do their best to quickly replace any defective equipment.

2. XKGlowInterior XKGlow

Also a leader in auto LED manufacturing, XKGlow stands out to me mostly for their app-controlled LED and fiber optic lighting systems. Very user-friendly and Bluetooth compatible, their various lighting options are all ruggedly built to withstand impact, high temperature, and exposure to moisture.

Most of XKGlow products are suitable for competition show vehicles, off-road vehicles, daily drivers, you name it. They even carry indoor/outdoor lighting for the home.

The prices are slightly higher, but according to most customer reviews, they are high quality products that are very worth the price.

You can find many XKGlow products at places like Home Depot, Walmart, and Amazon. As my site matures, I’ll be offering links to many of their products.

3. Oracle Lighting

Oracle Lighting has been in business since 1999, and has a strong reputation for quality LED lighting products. They have been listed on the Inc500 list of Fastest Growing Businesses for 8 consecutive years, as well as winning the 2012 Bronze Stevie Award for Consumer Products Company of the Year.

All their products are subjected to performance-level torture testing, and they tout a 50,000 hour average continuous use lifetime rating. These lights are meant to be subjected to high levels of stress without ever breaking down.

From dynamic color-shifting halo kits for your headlights, to LED wheel rings, to illuminated vehicle emblems, these guys have it all. One visit to their website, and you’ll find basically any lighting solution you can imagine to make your car or truck look wicked cool.

The only drawback I’ve noticed is that Oracle products are a bit pricey, but according to customer reviews, the products are worth their weight in gold due to the endurance and style of them. Great choice for car show enthusiasts.

4. LEDGlow

Much like XKGlow, LEDGlow offers a wide range of products for vehicle application, from cars and trucks to golf carts, boats and 4-wheelers. They have products that are either app controlled from your smartphone, or remote controlled.

The majority of reviews on LEDGlow products are positive, it is apparent that they carry a quality product. Even the reviews of unhappy customers usually note that their faulty product was quickly replaced, and more than likely the problem was either a factory defect or possible damage during shipping.

LEDGlow offers lower prices than most lighting companies, therefore are a solid choice for people working within a tight budget that still want the effect of lighting up the night.


AMBOTHER products have a decently high rating on Amazon, most of them are within the 4 to 4-1/2 star range, and their products revolve mainly around LED strip lighting, but they also offer rock lights, replacement tail lights, and vehicle work lights. Their light strips are remote controlled and easy to install, just no app-controlled strips.

This company offers low-priced equipment, definitely an option for someone trying to save money. According to customer reviews, they seem to have a few more factory defects than the other companies listed here, but AMBOTHER is quick to replace any faulty products without hassle, and they maintain a high rating with their customers.


Headlights, Tail Lights, And Other Products:Cool Headlights

6. Anzo USA

Anzo has been in business for over 30 years, producing headlights, tail lights, fog lamps, and many other LED lighting options for cars and trucks. They have a strong reputation for quality and service in the industry, and they maintain competitive pricing while producing made-to-fit products for whatever make and model vehicle you have.

What stands out the most is their rigorous testing process for all their products, which includes:

  • Package Testing
  • Vibration Testing
  • Salt Spray Testing
  • Rain Testing
  • Temperature and Humidity Testing
  • Humidity Dissipation Testing
  • Dust Testing
  • LED Static Testing
  • Abrasion Testing
  • Bulb Spec Inspection

If you’re looking for stylish, quality replacement lights for your ride, Anzo USA products are a solid choice.

7. SPEC-D Tuning

Since 2003, SPEC-D Tuning has been a respected worldwide manufacturer of quality performance aftermarket auto lighting. They have a tremendous range of products, carrying everything from projector headlights to LED windshield washer nozzles.

A great many show car enthusiasts choose SPEC-D products, due to their stylish look and affordable pricing, as well as their fantastic customer service. If there’s ever a problem with any of your purchases, SPEC-D Tuning guarantees to make it right in a timely fashion, to ensure that your vehicle’s custom lighting stays looking awesome.

8. SpyderSpyder Products

If you’re looking specifically for crystal or projector headlights, LED tail or fog lights, Spyder has a great selection of made-to-fit aftermarket replacements for your car or truck.

I personally will be going through Spyder for tail lights for my truck, as I can’t seem to find any cool ones anywhere else for a ’95 Blazer. They have a line of the euro-style lights that will look super cool on it.

It seems that Spyder keeps their focus on quality LED replacements for your factory incandescent lights, and while they don’t offer accessory lighting of any sort, the various styles and wide range of vehicles they cover makes Spyder a great choice for replacing your existing lights.

While you can’t order lights directly from their website, you can find what you’re looking for, then do a web search for the product SKU or UPC to find a suitable vendor locally.

9. In Pro Car Wear (IPCW)

IPCW is a smaller company based out of California, that, like Spyder, focuses their attentions on replacement head and tail lights. They also carry a line of work lights and light bars for trucks that have high ratings with their customers.

As with any decent LED lighting company, they back their products with a replacement guarantee in the event that there are any issues with your purchase.

10. TYC Genera

This company is a huge supplier of various auto parts, including but not limited to: Auto lamps, HVAC, Starters and Alternators, etc. They work closely with many actual automotive manufacturers such as Suzuki, Ford, Ducati, International, Toyota, and Mini.

TYC Genera has been in business for over 50 years, ever since 1964 they have supplied products to various manufacturers, and have consistently improved and added products to keep up with the competition. They have become Tier-1 suppliers for most of the companies they produce for, so you likely have seen many TYC products already without realizing it. Many of the cool new factory lights on production vehicles now come from TYC, as well as many OEM parts in the US and Europe.

Find The Right Supplier

When you are looking for an LED car light company, it’s important to take the time to check out multiple options, so you can get exactly what you want.

Just the research I’ve done today has given me a multitude of great ideas for my truck, and now I’ve given you, my readers, a good starting point to help figure out not only what would look best on your vehicle, but also what company is the best fit for you personally.

I hope you have found this article informative, I welcome any and all feedback or input on this subject. Just drop me a comment in the box below, and I’ll respond ASAP.

Thanks for reading, and I hope you have an excellent day!


Founder of SickLites.com

*As an OPT7 affiliate, I earn from every purchase made from my site

16 thoughts on “LED Car Light Companies To Look For – 10 Leading Brands In Lighting

  • Ken

    Totally amazing how far auto lighting has come in the past 15 years. I remember my first car, a 1989 Chevy. I thought I was the cool kid when I added Halogen lights.

    I have been thinking of upgrading my lighting in my current vehicle since I travel a lot. I have been researching the Oracle Lighting and the Spyder light options. The information here was helpful yet, now I may be looking at other options.

    Which option would you think I should look at for an RV?

    • Good question, Ken. I suppose it would depend on a couple of things:

      1. Is it a pull-behind RV, or a Motorhome? (If it’s a motorhome, are you looking for headlights, running lights, Tail lights?)

      2. Are you thinking exterior or interior lighting?

      3. Are you on a conservative budget or a liberal one?

      The LED light strips that come in the rolls are perfect for interior stuff, as they don’t have to deal with outside stresses, but if you want exterior stuff, you’ll have to look into waterproofed lights.

      I haven’t found a company that markets LED strips directly to RV enthusiasts, but since RV’s are usually on a 12 volt backup system, you shouldn’t have any problem using the auto grade lights. As long as you wire them to one of your 12 volt leads, maybe another existing light, you should be fine.
      If you’re parked and using the 30 amp or 50 amp RV hookup, like me, you can also use the 110 volt home lighting that just plugs into the wall.

      Thanks for your interest, feel free to drop in anytime and peruse!


    • Thanks Brooks, I appreciate you taking the time to check out my site!

      Feel free to stop in anytime and check out my latest posts, and if you ever need any help figuring out something for your car, I’ll do my best to head you in the right direction.


    • Thanks Jon, me too! I’m leaning more toward the OPT7 stuff for my truck, but XKGlow has a few things that I’m weighing as well.

      I appreciate you checking out my site, you’re always welcome to swing back through and look for new content!

      Have a great day!


  • Moyae

    I am very interested in car lighting. I find it very impressive how we can configure our cars with such lighting’s and I love being unique and standing out from the crowd. I have a hard time figuring out what supplier I want to deal with to get the car lighting & you have truly helped me out, your article has all the detailed information I needed!! Great website, great article period!!

    • Thank you Moyae! I feel ya on that one, I too value my eccentricity, I don’t like being like everyone else. Thus the reason I’m tricking out a 24-year-old Chevy Blazer with lights, like it’s a brand new sports car! lol

      I appreciate the shout out, I’m glad you found my article informative and helpful. If you ever have any questions or need help figuring out something in particular for your car, feel free to let me know!

      I wish you great success in life, and I hope you have an excellent night!


  • Alblue

    Such a good list. I’ve been searching for new lighting to my car. I have my eye on Oracle lighting, but they’re tend to bit pricey just like you said above. From the above list, anything you can recommend for night off road? I need a rather strong lighting, and will appreciate if it’s not too pricey. 

    • Bobby

      Hi Alex! Sure I can make a recommendation, if you need off road lighting, I’d go with ANYTHING OPT-7. They have rock lights and light bars suitable for any rough conditions, and they are pretty affordable as well.

      Thank you for checking out my site, you’re more than welcome to come back anytime! Have a great day!

  • Dave Sweney

    Wow, car lighting has come really a long way since I was kitting out my old Chevrolet Impala so many years ago (in the early 70s). At that time, there were no smartphones, no led lights, and you had just a few options using the old style lights. With the advances, kitting the cars out these days is more fun than ever.

    You have highlighted some led light companies that I have heard of (but not tapped into yet) and some that are brand new for me. They all have really innovative products that are worthy of a look and use for jazzing up the looks of your car inside and out. 

    Of the ones you listed, the XKGlow stands out for interiors and the Spyder brand products for the exterior lights. These both look good and would be a fun project to undertake. This old grandpa needs to get educated and get moving to upgrade the normal fare in regards to car lighting he has been living with!

    Thanks for the interesting and useful article on the many varieties of LED lighting there is out there these days for cars, I am motivated to take on a new project and impress my grandsons (three) when I show off my efforts. They will maybe even think I am cool? No matter, I will have some fun and have a great looking car too! 

    • Bobby

      Hey Dave, thanks for checking out my site! And yeah, even since my heydays in the mid 90’s to early 2000’s, the whole scene has evolved tremendously. It’s pretty wild, some of the lights these guys run down the street would have DEFINITELY gotten me arrested about 20 years ago. 

      I think it’s a great idea to trick out your car, who cares about age? I live in an RV and Golf resort, and all these retirees out here have pimped-out LED lights on their GOLF CARTS. Cool is cool, no matter the age of the person or the type of vehicle!

      Thank you again for checking out SickLites, maybe I’ve inspired you to kit up your car, but if you do, send me PICTURES! I’ll feature them in my gallery, and let everyone know that SickLites got the ball rolling.

      Great success to you, and I hope you have a great day!


  • Todd Matthews

    I’m definitely a fan of options here, and options that match my personal taste, which is to find headlights that blend in with my personal vehicle rather than stand out. Something that looks up to date, but also like it belongs on my ride (2014 Cruze) that will help maintain the car’s value if I ever decide to trade it in one day. Anzo USA is a brand that’s been around the block for a while, so I’d be willing to look to them before any other. I’m also a fan of the competitive pricing, which to me is a huge plus. 

    • Bobby

      Hi again Todd! Listen, there are some seriously COOL headlight options out there now, I’ve been seeing a ton of them at the car shows I go to for pictures. Anzo has a lot of made-to-fit parts, but don’t rule out other lighting companies just yet. Spec-D has a set of projector headlights made for your Chevy that look awesome, plus there are a bunch of specialty companies as well. You want professional cool, look into Oracle Lighting. They build custom color changing lights for any vehicle. 

      Just a thought, hope you have a great day!


  • Ali

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    Actually this is exactly the information that I was looking for information about led car light companies and when I landed to your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details.
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    I will come back to your website again for sure and I’m looking forward to reading your new posts.)


    • Thanks Ali, I’m glad you found my article useful! It’s always my aim to provide useful information that’s easy to digest, I know a lot of times, informative blogs can be droll and redundant, definitely what I’m avoiding with SickLites. I just want to get the info people are looking for, in an easy to read format, and hopefully they are better able to make purchase decisions with what I provide and maybe refer others to my site in the future.
      Thank you again for the positive feedback, I hope to see you back here again in the future!

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