Philips Releases New Lighting Special Edition Catalog

Philips Releases New Lighting Special Edition Catalog

The catalog includes a section celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Philips automotive lighting, covering Philips history and highlighting innovations in automotive lighting pioneered by Philips.

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – Philips Automotive North America, a division of Royal Philips, offers its latest Automotive Lighting Application Catalog for replacement and upgrade bulbs and LEDs. The catalog includes a section celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Philips automotive lighting, covering Philips history and highlighting innovations in automotive lighting pioneered by Philips.

The 2014-‘15 Philips Automotive lighting catalog covers applications for all types of domestic and import cars, SUVs, light trucks, and vans from model years 1999 to 2014. All of the standard replacement and upgrade bulbs listings are presented in a trilingual format.

The new catalog features Philips new line of Vision LEDs. The Vision LED line of interior and exterior lighting applications feature an advanced design that not only provides a bright, well-focused beam on the road, but also are robust enough to handle extreme heat and high vibrations, Philips says. Also featured in the catalog is the complete line of Philips upgrade headlights including Vision, VisionPlus, X-tremeVision, CrystalVision ultra and MotoVision.

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