An auxiliary high beam driving light install, fixed to the roof of your Defender, achieved through a quick and easy installation with no drilling required. Introducing Lazer Lamps Defender Roof Pods compatible with our low profile, high impact Linear-12 LED driving lights, available in Standard, Elite, or Elite with Position Light format.
Precision-engineered for the Land Rover Defender (2020+), the Lazer Lamps Roof Pods comprise left-hand and right-hand lamp mounts featuring carrier and cover elements. The carrier elements are fixed to the roof using (Dow) sealant, with the position of the pods facilitated by supplied positioning templates for a perfect install every time. A rubber seal applied to the lower edge of the pod covers provides for a clean finish with an OE quality appearance. For full fitting instructions please visit the Downloads section below.
The pods are designed to accommodate Linear-12 Standard, Elite, or Elite with Position Light high performance LED driving lights. The low-profile design of the lamps compliments the roof install perfectly, with lighting performance tuned for everyday road, or off-road use. Matching distance illumination with a wide spread of light, a low up/down distribution of light ensures minimum glare off the vehicle bonnet. Lighting performance really needs to be seen to be believed, but prepare for a safer, more relaxing night driving experience. All Linear-12 high performance LED light bars are UN ECE approved for on-road use as a high beam driving light.
Connection to the Defender’s electrical system is completed using wiring kits designed specifically for the job. Cables pass along the roof ditch channel and down the inside of the A-pillar trim for a discreet, quick and easy solution. When mounting the Linear-12 to activate with the vehicle’s high beams, if the vehicle has the LED Matrix headlight system or auto high beams, it may not be possible to detect a 12V high beam signal. In these instances, it will be necessary to complete the electrical installation using a Lazer CAN Interface. For advice on how to check for a 12V high beam signal, please click here.