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Today we publish our DVN Report on the Los Angeles Auto Show. In it, you’ll find focussed coverage of the lighting on 80 different vehicles with 300 colourful, annotated photos.
The show was packed with surprises, starting with its size and scope: two big halls, well filled with vehicles from most established marques and some intriguing new ones.
Lighting has been centrally elevated in vehicle exterior design and style, pushed by new technologies and techniques and pulled by new demands and expectations. Slimline lights aren’t the only active trend; there was great variety in the design, configuration, packaging, and light styling on the show cars. Some of the lights were very much the opposite of slim or linear. Hidden headlamps are back, in their own modern way. There’s a lot of branding built into lights, as automakers leverage the light-as-new-chrome phenomenon (sometimes quite literally, as you will see in the report).
I greatly enjoyed crafting this report for you, and all of us on the DVN team cordially invite you to get it today, here on the DVN website.
Remind to Register now for the Paris Workshop and watch the video of Andre Hainzlmaier – Audi, to know more about his Lecture.