N0Klu3 wrote:I'd definably prefer xenon's ones halogens...
But would still prefer if there was a way for LEDs especially considering the power savings when lights can run for hours.
If USA used LEDs as standard then there should be a way?
One reason xenons came into being is that they use less power for the light output they provide...IOW, depending on the one you choose, it might have less power consumption than some of the LED bulbs!
Someone had pointed you to the http://www.realoem.com
parts listings...that's how they come from the factory when you select the LED option, or in our case, BMWUSA does for us (as a 'standard' feature). Some of the xenon kits are pretty simple to install, but you still have to find a place to mount the power supply. Some do not require any other wiring, just plug in. Not to say it would work on the i3, but it should.
Many xenons are available in either 35W or 55W versions...so, they would utilize the same or less power than the OEM bulbs. Here's one, but I'm sure that there are a bunch available locally or at least from within the Eurozone. http://www.xenonhids.com/low-beam-h7-fu ... n-kit.html
is one kit.