Do these parts fit your vehicle? Find out now.

Got one to sell?

Get it in front of 160+ million buyers.

Land Rover LR2 Taillights

Mixed, factory, black, and projector taillights are available for the Land Rover LR2. Each type of taillight serves to increase visibility behind the Land Rover to decrease the likelihood of collisions and accidents. Cleaning your Land Rover LR2 taillights regularly can help them to stay efficient.

What are mixed taillights?

LR2 mixed taillights involve selecting from an assortment of bezels and lenses. Bezels are the pieces that surround the middle of the taillight. They are most commonly circular and come in a variety of different finishes, including metallic and matte, for the LR2. Diameters and thicknesses vary as well. Land Rover lenses also come in a variety of shades, including lighter and darker shades of red. Some appear to be other colors when they are powered off.

What are factory styles?

Land Rover factory styles of taillights typically utilize a thin, metallic, circular bezel with a true red lens. These styles come in a variety of different shapes and sizes to suit lots of different model years of the Land Rover LR2. The combination allows for peak efficiency concerning visibility behind the vehicle.

What are black taillights?

Black taillights appear the darkest when turned off, and glow red just like any other model of taillight when powered on and in use. LR2 black taillights are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different years of the 2.0-liter turbocharged Land Rover LR2 and appeal to a wide variety of off-road drivers. This option is purely a product of aesthetic preference.

What are projector taillights?

Land Rover projector taillights include all models that narrow beams of light to shine them further than usual behind the Land Rover LR2. This can be especially useful for individuals who routinely drive in conditions with poor visibility or in the dark. LED lights, halo taillights, and DRL bar lights are all different varieties of projector styles. DRL models use a bar to narrow light while halo styles use a circle around the middle of the light to achieve the same effect.

What kinds of bulbs are options for taillights?

LED, halogen, and incandescent bulbs are all options for powering LR2 taillights. LED bulbs are the smallest of the three and take little energy to power. These parts are long-lasting as well. Halogen bulbs use a capsule in the middle to house a filament, making them burn brightly. Halogen bulbs are available in a variety of different tones, though the red coating on most taillight lenses keeps the beams consistent. Incandescent bulbs shine slightly softer than either halogen or LED bulbs.