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Valeo launches new lighting catalogue

Valeo Service UK has unveiled a new lighting and signalling catalogue featuring more than 302 new part numbers.

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New additions include: 76 Halogen head lamps, 64 Xenon head lamps, 4 LED head lamps, one Ballast, 23 front lamps including 13 daytime running lights (DRL), 31 fog lamps and, 74 rear lamps including 15 lamps for LED versions.

The new part numbers cover a range of Asian, German, Spanish & US vehicles including: Audi A6, Ford Kuga & Ranger, Golf VII, Golf VII Variant, Nissan Micra & Note, Seat Leon and Vauxhall Astra.

The catalogue also features new head, rear and fog lamps for Range Rover 2013 and Range Rover Sport 2011. For French vehicles, Valeo now offers the independent aftermarket daytime running lights (DRL) for the new Citroen C4 Picasso and Renault Captur, along with LED head lamps for the Peugeot 208 XY / GTI and rear lamp for Citroen C3.

A key focus of the catalogue is on new Valeo lighting technology, typically the Modular BiLED™ Projector for the new Ford Mondeo.

Divided into sections, the 400 page publication makes it easy to find the correct part number for a specific vehicle by listing references and applications supported by a comprehensive cross referencing guide.

Valeo’s blubs range – which are compliant with ECE R37 regulation – and the new Oscar LED accessory range are also featured in the catalogue, which is available now.

Valeo is an automotive supplier, partner to all automakers worldwide. As a technology company, Valeo proposes innovative products and systems that contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and to the development of intuitive driving.

In 2013, the Group generated sales of €12.1 billion euros and invested over 10% of its original equipment sales in research and development. Valeo has 124 production sites, 16 Research centers, 35 Development centers and 12 distribution platforms, and employs 74,800 people in 29 countries throughout the world.