New X-Treme Power Bulbs from Philips Produce up to 80% More Light than Standard Halogens

New X-Treme Power Bulbs from Philips Produce up to 80% More Light than Standard Halogens

Philips Automotive Lighting North America, a division of Royal Philips Electronics, has introduced the new Philips X-treme Power high performance headlamp bulbs. The new bulbs employ proprietary technology that enables drivers to replace standard halogen headlamp capsules with a bulb that produces up to 80% more light.

Philips Automotive Lighting North America, a division of Royal Philips Electronics, has introduced the new Philips X-treme Power high performance headlamp bulbs. The new bulbs employ proprietary technology that enables drivers to replace standard halogen headlamp capsules with a bulb that produces up to 80% more light.

According to Michael Scheiven, director, aftermarket channel, “Performance customers want the best, brightest and highest technology light they can get — and X-treme Power is it. Our new bulbs not only deliver an aggressive style that makes any car really stand out from the crowd, but also provide a dramatic increase in nighttime driving visibility. That makes driving at night safer and less stressful. We think our new X-treme Power bulbs will appeal to more than just performance enthusiasts. They’re ideal for any driver who’s interested in making nighttime driving safer.”

Philips X-treme Power bulbs are street legal and DOT compliant. Based on Philips’ recommendation to always replace bulbs in pairs, X-treme Power headlamp bulbs are offered in a two-bulb package.

Philips Automotive Lighting produces a full range of DOT-approved lighting for replacements and upgrades. Philips upgrade lighting also includes NightGuide, an advanced safety headlamp bulb that projects specific colors of light into three distinct visual zones; CrystalVision Ultra, high performance lighting that creates the look of HID; and MotoVision, a lighting breakthrough for all types of two-wheeled motor vehicles. Philips Automotive Lighting lines cover every type of application including headlighting, signaling and interior lighting.

More information about Philips Lighting North America can be found at: http://www.nam.lighting.philips.com/us/automotive.

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