From 2021 to 2028, the Global Automotive Original Equipment Lighting Market is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 2.4 percent in terms of revenue. Some of the elements driving this rise are the rising demand for light-emitting diode (LED) lighting and LEDs with integrated control systems.
The sort of lights fitted as standard equipment on a vehicle by an automobile manufacturer is known as automotive original equipment lighting (OE). Headlamps, taillamps, and front parking lamps are all included. Vehicles require illumination during dark conditions for a variety of reasons, including detecting pedestrians or items in the road ahead and preventing collisions with other vehicles or barriers on the road. When it comes to OE Lighting requirements, automakers have their own standards that govern how much power the bulb must have while still producing desirable beam patterns such as high-intensity discharge (HID), xenon, LED headlights, and so on.
The Global Automotive OE Lighting Market is divided into three types: halogen, HID Xenon, and LED Lights.
Halogen lights create light using a tungsten filament or quartz. This type has several advantages, including being inexpensive, quick to install, and available in a variety of colours for both street and off-road lighting, as well as outperforming other varieties at high temperatures.
HID Xenon: HID xenon creates very bright white light by producing an electric arc between metal electrodes inside a tiny chamber filled with inert gas (neon). These have the advantage of being able to create low or high beam headlights depending on the type of bulb used, have a higher colour rendering index (CRI), are more energy-efficient, powerful, and last longer than halogens while creating equal levels of glare when travelling at high speeds.
LED Lights: When an electric current flows through a semiconductor, it emits light. They last longer and emit less heat than typical filament bulbs, which is why they’re utilised for car brake lights and turn signals, as well as daytime running lamps (DRL) in some countries.
The Global Automotive OE Lighting Market is divided into two segments based on application: passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.
Cars, vans, and SUVs are all examples of passenger vehicles. Headlights (primary headlamps), high beam lamps, low beam lamps, fog lights/driving lamps (front parking lamps), and tail or brake lights are all examples of passenger vehicle OE lighting. The OEM light system’s performance is vital for both aesthetic and safety reasons, such as visibility in bad weather at night or driving on a twisting road with other traffic that can’t be seen until it’s too late.
Commercial vehicles include buses, trucks, and commercial trailers, all of which feature varied LED patterns based on the body type. – Tractor-trailers have rear-projecting LEDs, whilst box trucks have LEDs positioned on the sides. As a result, there are disparities in their criteria as well as the pricing.
North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa are the regions in which the Global Automotive OE Lighting Market is divided.
North America: Although LEDs have been used in vehicle headlamps for some time, they are still expensive, so halogen bulbs are more likely to be found as standard equipment here due to their lower cost compared to LEDs, even though they don’t last as long or produce as much light in high-speed driving conditions such as foggy weather or snowfall at night.
Latin America: Xenon HID headlamps are the most popular among drivers in this region because they provide the brightest light for poor visibility and also have a high CRI, which means they can deliver more accurate colours, making it easier to see objects such as pedestrians walking on roads or vehicles parked next to them that other drivers may not be able to distinguish before colliding with them.
Europe: LEDs are the most frequent type of OEM light in Europe due to their low cost and outstanding performance, but xenon HID lights are also becoming more popular, thanks to European automakers designing headlamps that can use both types.
In comparison to halogen bulbs, LED lights are more popular in Asia Pacific than anywhere else due to its low cost, good performance, and extended lifespan. HID xenon lamps are also in high demand since they use less energy than LEDs while delivering the same or even superior brightness at high speeds with no sacrifices.
Middle East & Africa: LEDs are the most popular types of OEM light in this region because they’re inexpensive and provide good performance. While LEDs don’t last as long as halogen bulbs at first, their lifespan is still longer than xenon HID lamps while producing comparable brightness, which is required for high-speed driving at night when visibility isn’t ideal.
The Global Automotive OE Lighting Market’s Growth Factor:
The increasing demand in the automobile industry is a driving factor for the Global Automotive OE Lighting Market. Government regulations, environmental concerns, and economic expansion are all driving this market to grow at a significant rate over the next five years.
“Automotive OE Lighting Market research report” by Zion Market Research is segmented by Types (Halogen, HID Xenon, LED Lights), Applications (Passenger Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles), Players/Companies Delphi Automotive, BASF, Flextronics Automotive, Visteon Corporation, Tenneco(Federal-Mogul), Grupo Antolin Irausa, OSRAM, Hyundai Mobis, Koito Manufacturing, Odelo, Stanley Electric