ARB Intensity
LED Driving Lights

Daylight on demand

Your safety, and that of others, depends on the right lighting. ARB’s Intensity LED lights are top of the range. They’re high-performance, have a larger flood, sharper spot and greater intensity. With a 50,000-hour lifespan, they’re the last driving light your vehicle will ever need.

 

ARB's Intensity Driving Light range
 
 

ARB has designed an uncomplicated range of driving lights that perform so well,  regardless of their shape or size you can simply choose what you think looks best on your 4WD. It’s as easy as that!

Explore the Intensity Range

Intensity V2
LED Driving Lights

Engineered in Australia and manufactured in the United States, the ARB Intensity LED light range has been specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of 4WDers throughout the world.

From producing white light that is the closest possible imitation of sunlight, to a virtually indestructible polycarbonate lens, these lights are the premium choice.

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Intensity Solis

With an array of features including a 5 stage dimmability function, a highly tuned single-piece reflector and 165 watts of OSRAM LED performance, the Intensity Solis is top of the class when it comes to light output.

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Intensity Light Bar

Designed using the same patented lens/reflector technology as existing Intensity LED driving lights, the ARB Intensity LED light bar features 40 individual LEDs encased in a virtually indestructible polycarbonate lens and a powder coated, extruded aluminium body with pressure die cast end caps.

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Stuck deciding between round lights or a light bar?

 

The benefits of round lights

  • Customisation options. The freedom to choose either spot or flood beam (or a combination of both).
  • The option of large or small round driving lights means more flexibility, regardless of the type of bull bar your 4WD has.
  • Most modern bull bars have ready-to-mount access points for fitting round driving lights.

The benefits a light bar

  • Flexibility in mounting options. Due to their lower profile, light bars can be mounted on a bull bar or roof rack.
  • Choosing a combination light bar means you have the best of both worlds. Two types of reflectors provide good penetration down the road as well as great peripheral light out to the sides.
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