||Early road cars used sustained lamps, before the availability of electrical
lighting. In 1906, first electrical light bulb for vehicles involved the globe, Philips light bulb with a vibration immune
tungsten filament. Next off, the Ford Version T made use of carbide
lamps for headlamps and also oil lights for
tail lamps. It did not have all-electric lights as a standard feature until
a number of years after introduction. Eager beavers for auto
headlamps were very first fitted around 1908 and also became
widespread in 1920s autos.
In 1924, OSRAM release the Bilux Light bulbs with specific filament which can be switched in between high and
low beam with a performance of 60 m range and a luminosity of
In 2003, the very first flexible rearlighting system is coming,
which is usingthe instantly triggered Emergency situation Stop
Signal (ESS) feature from Automotive Lighting for Peugeot 807.
In 2018, automobile Lighting began a minimal series manufacturing of SUITABLE "Intelligent Digital Electronic Automotive Lights" headlamps with high resolution DLP-technology ("Digital Light Processing") making use of intelligent
DMD-units ("Digital Mirror Gadgets") for Mercedes-Benz Maybach line.