Yes, but you will need to fit resistors in the circuits to increase the wattage sensed by the Bulb Failure system.
Plus the standard headlight reflector isn't designed for HID "bulbs" so you risk getting light scatter, especially with cheap and nasty Chinese units.
If you have the standard bulb type set up, do I like I did, and install some H4 Osram Nightbreaker 60/55 watt bulbs. They are legal, claimed to be up to 90% more illuminating, and project the beam up to 35 metres. They transformed night driving.I got mine on line from Powerbulbs (http://www.powerbulbs.com).
I've no connection to them, other than as a very happy customer.
I got the same bulbs from the same company. They are a worthy replacement for the originals and certainly improve things at night compared to the stock bulbs. Powerbulbs were a good company to deal with and had my order posted quickly.