MINI GP Concept LED Union Jack Tail Lights F55, F56, F57



Based on the MINI GP3 Concept Tail Lights - These lights are suitable for MINI F55, F56, F57* Models

 Currently these lights are only available in a Smoked Lense option


 Simple plug and play

  • Easy and quick to install
  • Chasing amber indicators
  • Chasing flag (when the car starts)
  • Key features running light, brake light, indicators, reverse light, fog light are highly visible.
  • If your MINI does NOT currently have Union Jack tail lights you will need to program the GP style lights to avoid any error codes - we recommend using a Vgate iCar 2 Wifi OBD2 or similar to help with this.

***Not currently compatible with US spec 2022+ models as the wiring has changed on US Spec models only

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