Many people consider the process of washing their car as purely aesthetic – but in fact, washing your car removes accumulated abrasives and goes a long way toward preserving your car’s finish. Nothing lasts forever, but a little preventative maintenance will definitely slow down the aging process, at least from a visible standpoint.
But the care should not stop on the outside. Your interior is important as well, perhaps even more so as this is an extension of your living space. . .
BMW grilles are unique to every vehicle series and generation and Stealth Auto has more than forty different styles in stock! This guide will help walk you through the various options we have, and help you choose the perfect grille for your BMW.
BMW commonly manufactures their grilles using a chrome finish, however, most enthusiasts are looking for a more modern, aggressive and sporty look. Stealth Auto responds to this demand by offering a variety of choices, allowing you to pair the best grille style and finish to compliment your vehicle’s style and paint. We can help you achieve the look you’re after, be it on the side of luxury or a more aggressive stance - we have you covered! BMW utilizes two types of grilles on their vehicles. . .
Now that BMW is using twin turbos on so many of its vehicles, it is paving the way, now more than ever, for aftermarket tuners to be able to improve vehicle performance using electronic/software modifications rather than swapping of parts. This influx of vehicle tuning solutions has led to quite a lot of confusion amongst end users. This write up will help to clarify the mysteries behind software tuning and get you answers to the many questions that you undoubtedly have. What is software tuning?Modern vehicles, since the 1990s and even before, in an attempt to improve fuel economy and emissions, have been equipped with engine management computers “ECU” (Engine Control Unit). . .
Introduced to the automotive market in 2000 by BMW, Halo Rings, also known as Corona Rings or Angel Eyes, consist of a circular arrangement of lights or luminous rings inside the vehicle's headlight assembly.
As automotive lighting technology has evolved over the years, headlights have progressed to provide both high intensity lighting and key aesthetics that serve to customize the overall appearance of a vehicle. In the 1980s, the fabrication of composite headlights became mainstream, however, the cumbersome assemblies using parabolic reflectors, restricted the abilty to create more intricate designs. A decline in the use of projector bulbs in the 2000s allowed automakers to create more innovative headlamp designs, including halo rings. . .