PARIS – Daylight running lights using light-emitting diodes, already in the Audi A6, are the forerunner for solid growth of LED front lighting, says Andrew Lee, an analyst at Frost & Sullivan. Halogen slowly will decline to a little more than half the market by revenues but hold there, says Lee, on hand here for the International Automotive Electronics Congress 2006. Xenon lights will reach a high point of penetration by about 2010, and then start declining as LEDs catch on and ...

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