"This is the first ever Nissan 370z with switchback sequential landing strip with show-modes that can be changed using Bluetooth phone application," reads the description under ZWork's Youtube video posted below.
The video is short. It's only 14 seconds. TorqueNews contacted ZWorks, an automotive customization company that specializes in the customization of automotive headlights. asking how they made these sequential landing headlights and here is what they said.
"We retrofitted white and yellow LEDs and bought a sequential Bluetooth module from ZLEDS. We programmed the module with animations. Then we wired each led light individually in a certain order and that's how it works now," said Vito Palka from ZWorks.
Palka also said that these sequential landing strip lights will cost a Nissan 370Z owner about 1,500 dollars. They both sell and provide the service.
Palka said it takes somewhere from 4-7 days. However, it depends on the modifications that are requested. "They can be anywhere from same day turn around to 7 days," said Palka in an exclusive interview with TorqueNews. People ship the lights to Illinois, they get customized and shipped back.