It's the high-quality materials and robust filament design that let Philips LongLife EcoVision lamps last up to 1,100 hours. That means less time replacing spent bulbs, minimizing maintenance. Their durability makes Philips LongLife EcoVision lamps ideal for high-voltage cars, too.
Philips is the choice of major car manufacturers
Technologically advanced Philips lighting is renowned in the automotive industry, and has been for over 100 years. Philips Original Equipment Quality products are designed and developed following strict quality control processes (including applicable ISO norms), leading to consistently high production standards. LongLife EcoVision is compatible with car models of major brands, such as Audi, BMW, Ford, GM, Toyota and Volkswagen. See the product selector guide for more information.
Philips car lamps are made of high-quality quartz-glass
UV quartz-glass is stronger than hard glass and highly resistant to temperature extremes, humidity and vibration, eliminating the risk of explosion. Philips quartz-glass lamps (filament 2 650º C and glass 800º C) can withstand severe thermal shock. With higher pressure inside the lamp, UV-quartz glass is able to produce a more powerful light.
Change both headlight bulbs at once for greater safety.
There are good reasons to change headlight bulbs in pairs. The filament of older headlamps will break sooner. At the end of their life, lamps project less light, thereby reducing visibility. It's faster, easier and cheaper to change both headlamps rather than just one. Choosing Original Equipment bulbs reduces the chance of early failure thanks to their higher quality standards and raw materials.