||The initial electric headlamps were introduced in 1898 on the Columbia Electric auto.
This business developed only electrical automobiles
and also provided the reduced powered headlamps as an optional device.
Two aspects limited the extensive use electrical headlamps in the late 1800s.
Prest-O-Lite acetylene lights were offered by a variety of makers as conventional tools in 1904.
And also Peerless made electrical headlamps common in 1908.
In 1912, the ingenious Cadillac department of General Motors integrated their automobile's Delco electric ignition and
In 1955, Bosch obtained the License DE 1071621 for crooked low beam.
Asymmetric low beam from Bosch in the Mercedes-Benz 300
SL, which dramatically boost vision at night from 60
to 85 m.
In 1993, the initial LED tail lamps were installed on mass-production vehicles.
LED headlamps were introduced in the first decade of the 21st century.
In 2013, Worldwide initially ALL-LED Taillamp with Dynamic Turn-Signal and begins
collection production of application of ALL-LED taillamp with a
progressively cleaning turn signal for Audi R8 series.