I've owned my 2013 Gen 1 for about a year and a half now. Like most auto enthusiasts I'm always looking for ways to improve my car (although it has been an awesome vehicle). I installed a "Volt screen" after reading about others who had road debris damage their very expensive radiators. $40 seems like cheap insurance to me. I did the WOT mod to avoid a false coolant level sensor fault that will keep the car from charging until a dealer reflashes the ECU to clear the fault (not covered under warranty) only to have the problem return later. Another $40 of cheap insurance. Like other Gen 1 owners, I've noticed the factory headlights are very weak almost to the point of dangerous on unlit back roads. After searching the forum and reading reviews for OEM type halogen replacements, HID kits and LED kits. I read about flickering problems with HIDs (don't need that), fan noise with LEDs (very annoying in a very quiet vehicle), or very little improvement with upgraded halogen lamps. I didn't really want to spend $150 on a headlight kit so when I found this fanless LED kit on Amazon XtremeVision V4 32W 4,800LM - 9012 LED Headlight Conversion Kit - 6500K Korea CSP LED - Fanless Design - 2018 Model I decided to try them out for $35. Huge improvement! All the wiring and components fit inside the headlight assembly, no need to cut or modify the lens covers, no fan noise, no flickering. I did have to adjust the LED housing so the lamps will be vertical, very easy. They really shoot a lot more light to the outside edges and the light is a nice bright white color that makes road signs and the lines on the road really stand out. Been a couple of months with no problems but I do keep the original lamps in the car just in case. The technology for LED seems to be improving every year in these aftermarket kits because it's difficult to get several LED to cast an even light pattern. The CSP chip set seems to overcome this problem, not perfect, but close. Just thought I would share this inexpensive mod that really works.