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Let’s see it as an opportunity

The political goal with regard to private transport is clear: According to the EU’s climate plan, only zero-emission cars are to be newly registered in the EU from 2035. There are several solutions. But the variety of alternative drive systems - such as natural gas or biogas (CNG), mild hybrid (MHEV), full hybrid (HEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV), electric (EV), hydrogen (FCEV) and synthetic fuels (e-fuels) - with all their pros and cons does not exactly make it easy for manufacturers and consumers to make a decision. Who wants to back the proverbial “wrong horse”? What’s more, the previous, predominantly car-friendly transport policy is also being fundamentally questioned and new mobility concepts are constantly being developed to increasingly push the private car to the sidelines.

From VW Golf to Lamborghini: Haldex all-wheel drive

At the end of the last millennium – so not so very long ago – most people certainly thought of “all-wheel drive” more in terms of rugged vehicles that could tear their way through rough terrain, such as Audi Quattro, Jeep or Land Rover, rather than sleek Italian luxury brands or nimble small cars on the road.

Turin design

It has been around two years since we included the OE manufacturer OLSA in our program with 265 high-quality lighting parts for a large number of vehicle uses and made them available for the aftermarket.

When too much is too much

Too much moisture is a major reason for problems with the integrated, highly complex electronic components of vehicle lighting. These include, among other things, the driver and the power module, the latter also called a ballast.

Hangin’ low

Low-riding cars may look cool to some people. However, if a defective air spring compressor, which is unable to supply the spring bellows with compressed air, is responsible for the low vehicle clearance, immediate action should be taken – after all, the driving stability of the entire car is now seriously impaired.


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