Car Lighting Selector

Right lighting for more comfort and greater safety on the road ahead of you

Introducing car lighting

There are three main types of headlamps currently available.

In a halogen headlamp light is generated by heating up a wire. The small amount of a halogen gas in the bulb lets the filament work at higher temperatures than traditional filament lamps, producing more light and a better colour.

Halogen
halogen lamp
halogen intensity
halogen lamp

Available as

  • A single lamp with both low and high beams
  • Separate low and high beam lamps

Why you might choose halogen lamps?

  • Standard equipment for most car types
halogen road

XENON High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps create light by passing electricity through a mixture of gases, including xenon.

XENON
XENON lamp
XENON intensity
XENON lamp

Available as

  • A single lamp with both low and high beams

Why you might choose XENON headlamps?

  • 2 to 3 times more light with a 50% higher range and a 100% wider beam than halogen lamps, therefore safer
  • Light is comparable to daylight, therefore improving visibility, and increasing driving comfort and safety
  • Includes auto-levelling as standard
XENON road

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are solid-state (semiconductor) lamps. The one headlamp includes both the low and high beam.

LED
LED lamp
LED intensity
LED lamp

Why you might choose LED lamps?

  • A very long and robust service life, reducing maintenance and total cost of ownership
  • Very low power use, therefore reducing CO2 emissions
  • Light intensity and colour similar to daylight, for visibility that contributes to safety and comfort
  • Include auto-levelling as standard
LED road