D2S – PHILIPS WHITE VISION 85122WHV2C1 5000K HID XENON BULBS MADE IN GERMANY
The Best HID Xenon bulb with pure white LED effect
Still searching for the Headlight light bulbs that match your LED lights?
Your long journey ends right here. Thanks to our Philips unbelievable coating technology, Philips White Vision 5000K offers ultimate crisp, pure white Xenon HID light bulb that matches the look of other LED lights installed on your vehicle.
What is Philips White Vision HID Xenon 85122WHV2C1 D2S 5000K bulb?
Philips White Vision, ECE certified and road legal is designed to deliver the improved visibility. With up to 5000K color temperature, you won’t miss any signs or markings on the road because your headlight will create even better reflections than your current stock bulb. And of course, it will add the cutting edge style, with LED look, on your ride.
Philips White Vision 85122WHV2C1 D2S 6000K can be used as a direct replacement if your vehicle came with Factory D2S HID lighting system.
If you are unsure about your fitment, please contact us. We can be also reached at 888-579-5917 during our normal business hours, or you can always email us at INFO@HIDCONCEPT.COM
|Color temp. (K)||5000K|
|Product highlight||Up to +120% brighter|
|Manufacturer part number (MPN)||85122WHV2C1|
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Hi, are these the white vision gen 2s?
Yes, they are Gen2.
We only have Gen2 available.
Will this fit my 2011 Acura MDX low beam headlights? Because I bought a Phillips Xenon X-treme vision gen2 and it didn’t fit. And how does this compare to the one I bought that didn’t fit? Also I don’t like the bluish tint because it doesn’t put down much light on the road. I like it really white. Thank you
According to application guide, 2011 should have come with D2S HID light system from factory and any D2S type bulb should work.
If XV bulbs you ordered else where did not fit, what was original bulb you removed?
It's very hard to tell you how what is 'really white' you described as everyone has different color standards and expectation.
Thus, we use Kelvin rating to determine color. Stock bulb is at 4300K. White Vision is rated at 5000K. 700 Kelvin difference is noticeable color difference but not day/night difference. White Vision Gen2's key feature is combination of slight whiter color and up to 120% more brightness than stock.