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The Audi Q7 Equipped With Valeo’s Tri-Xenon Smart Lighting

September 15, 2009

FRANKFURT, September 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Valeo’s Tri-Xenon
lighting technology is being launched as a world first on the new Audi Q7. In
addition to traditional high and low beams, the module has a “highway”
function activated at 115 km/h which doubles the range of conventional Xenon
low beams (from 80 m to 140 m), without dazzling other drivers.

Depending on the orientation of the module, three additional functions
are available:

    - the "rain" function, which counters the reflective effect of
      water on the road and improves visibility of the roadside;

    - the "city" function, which redirects the beam below 30 km/h
      to improve lighting of the roadsides, and particularly intersections;

    - the "tourism" function, which adapts the beam in countries
      where traffic flows in the opposite direction.

One of the main advantages of this module is its compactness: as with
Valeo’s Xenon Bi-function module, it is the smallest and lightest module on
the market.

Multifunctional, compact and light, Valeo’s Tri-Xenon module makes it
even safer to drive at night, in all conditions and in all places.

Valeo is an independent industrial Group fully focused on the design,
production and sale of components, integrated systems and modules for cars
and trucks. Valeo ranks among the world’s top automotive suppliers. The Group
has 121 plants, 61 R&D centers, 10 distribution platforms and employs 50,100
people in 27 countries worldwide.

For more information about the Group and its activities, please visit our
web site http://www.valeo.com

SOURCE Valeo Management Services


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