Environmentally friendly design lowers emissions, helps reduce global warming

Philips Automotive Lighting North America, a division of Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE:PHG), has launched its new EcoVision line of fuel-saving halogen headlight bulbs. Philips EcoVision's advanced energy-saving technology enables drivers to replace standard bulbs with ones that consume up to 20% less power.

EcoVision's unique bulb design uses a high performance filament and a proprietary gas composition that together can help to increase MPG by consuming less power. By switching to EcoVision, drivers can save up to four gallons of fuel over the life of the bulbs. By using less gas, drivers using EcoVision reduce their CO2 emissions, helping to fight global warming.

Philips EcoVision headlamp bulbs are street legal and DOT compliant. Based on Philips' recommendation to always replace bulbs in pairs, EcoVision headlamp bulbs are offered in two-bulb packages for 9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9008, H7, and H11 applications.

Philips Automotive Lighting, a world leader in automotive lighting technology and inventor of the halogen bulb and Xenon HID 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 white, blue, and yellow light into three distinct visual zones; CrystalVision Ultra, high performance lighting that creates the look of HID; MotoVision, the first bulb designed specifically for motorcycles; and X-treme Power a 'must-have' performance headlamp bulb for enthusiasts and high performance drivers that delivers up to an astounding 80% more light than standard halogens. Philips Automotive Lighting lines cover every type of application including headlighting, signaling, and interior lighting.

About Philips Automotive Lighting
Philips Automotive Lighting is a business unit of Royal Philips Electronics and one of the world's largest suppliers of lighting for the automotive industry. Since the birth of the incandescent lamp in the 19th century, Philips has built its renowned reputation on innovation and performance. This continues today with advanced automotive lighting that combines 21st century technology with the lifestyle requirements of today's drivers.

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