taillamp


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taillamp

(ˈteɪlˌlæmp)
n
the rear light of a motor vehicle
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6J7 FLASHER SYSTEM, HEADLAMP AND TAILLAMP, DRL COMPATIBLE, WITH CONTROL WIRE
The taillamp lens was injection molded via a three-color/three-shot process in water-clear transparent, transparent red, and specially formulated opaque red.
And to accentuate the horizontal sweep, there's an A-line that arcs along the side, dropping off as it stretches back to the taillamp.
The New Etios Xclusive comes with a host of special privileges like the new front full-chrome grille, new chrome garnish on the taillamp, headlamp and ORVM, increasing the luxurious quotient of the Etios.
From the rear, LED stop lamps glow from the jewel-like taillamp cluster.
"Its new powertrains provide customers more choice than ever, its exterior embraces Ford's DNA, with a signature grille, bodyside brightwork, new taillamp treatment and new exhaust tips - all combining to enhance the presence of the 2011 Ford Edge."
In addition, the RZR features a 1,500-pound towing capacity via its rear receiver hitch, and white lights integrated into the taillamp assembly assist for chores after dark.
He has also established the Quality Assurance Studio, a dedicated group of designers who develop gauge clusters, radio covers, navigation maps, engine covers and vehicle badging, as well as fine-tuning the fit and finish of headlamp and taillamp modules and hood to fender gaps, etc.
GM uses the regenerated polycarbonate resin to produce metalized taillamp assemblies.
Around back, there's Alfa Romeo Stelvio exhaust tips, which were rerouted to exit through the taillamp housing.
At the back, the taillamp's blade-like shape fits well with other delineations.