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Steeda Debuts ‘2024 Style’ LED Lights For S550 Ford Mustang

Steeda – a longtime maker of performance Ford Mustang parts and entire turnkey vehicles – has churned out its fair share of them in recent months, including a MagneRide controller and cat-back exhaust for the S550 model, as well as the heavily-modified Q850 StreetFighter. Now, following the debut of the brand new S650-gen pony car, Steeda is giving S550 Ford Mustang owners the chance to mimic its look up front with a set of 2024-style LED headlights.

S550 Ford Mustang owners have a handful of choices when it comes to Steeda’s new upgraded AlphaRex headlights, which come in a variety of flavors. The first is a set of black Nova-Series LED projector headlights that fit 2015-2017 models – including the GT350 and 2020-2022 GT500. These units feature three square “ice-cube” projectors per headlight that act as low beams, along with an LED bar up top that splits into tri-bar LED units. The outer cubes are used for high beams, and the LED DRL’s can be configured as white or amber and can act as a sequential turn signal. The retail price for these units is $1,230.

These same lights are also available in Alpha Black for a little more money – $1,250 – but 2018-2022 S550 Ford Mustang owners aren’t left out, either. Those folks also have two options to upgrade to an S650-like look – once again, a black and Alpha Black option, each of which retail for the same price as the aforementioned headlights.

For those looking to upgrade the looks of their S550 Mustang, these headlights certainly provide a pretty easy way to do so, along with the ability to customize the way the front end of the pony car looks, to boot.

We’ll have more parts and accessories to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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