Vision X Reveals New Grille Light Bar Kit For 2016+ Toyota Tacoma

Light up your model year 2016 and newer Tacoma’s next overland adventure with the new Vision X grille light bar kit.   The kit takes your Tacoma’s lighting performance to another level — blasting out 12,840 lumens at a distance of 1,805 feet — with easy installation.  


Photo: Vision X

Photo: Vision X

The kit includes the off-road lighting technology of Vision X’s 32-inch XPL LED Light Bar but uses the Tacoma’s factory mounting points to maintain a clean fitment behind the truck’s grille to maintain the truck’s factory-like appearance.


Photo: Vision X

Photo: Vision X

Complete the simple installation with a plug-and-play wiring harness that comes included in the kit. 

Key Features:

  • Adjustable Beam Angle

  • Smooth Backlit Halo Function

  • Long Distance Broad Spot Beam

  • 12,840 Lumens

  • 1,805ft. of Usable Light

  • Maintains Factory Like Appearance

  • Plug-and-play Wiring Harness Included

  • Mounts to factory locations


Header Photo by Vision X

Article by Jessica Kirchner

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