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Tuesday, 06 October 2015

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210 worldwide Pemiere presented at IAA
A great many new concept and production cars were presented at this year's IAA, the Frankfurt auto show. It's clear to see that lighting has gained firm traction as a central anchor of automotive innovation and design, and there are good trends afoot for lighting. Some examples follow. For more details on the main presentations, see the complete report 2015 IAA to be downloaded from our DVN website.

Audi's
e-tron quattro concept with matrix laser technology for the primary front lighting functions and a distinctive visual signature comprising 5 combination LED/OLED elements—a preview, perhaps, of future Matrix OLED technology. The rear lamps feature nine red OLED units for the rear position (tail) function:

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BMW's 7-Series, with cutting edge lighting technology including laser light and anti-dazzle high beam assistant as well as advanced interior lighting:

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Jaguar with their new XE, XF, XJ and now F-Pace, all with high lighting performance and design content:

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Mercedes' Concept IAA with its enormous, interestingly-shaped front and rear lights:

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Opel Corsa with Matrix lighting, a worldwide first for a mid-range car—shown with large panels explaining the technology:

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Berlitz, Schneider, Huhn with matrix panels

 

Peugeot's Fractal and its aggressive lion appearance including lighting which previews the future Peugeot signature:

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The Porsche Mission E with its matrix LED headlamp from four LED units grouped around a bordering indicator light, giving an "emotional sportiness" appearance:

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Renault
's new signature, debuted with Espace and now spreading to the Megane and Talisman:

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Volkswagen
's fabulous lighting package on the Tiguan (detailed analysis coming next month):

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