BMW OLED Taillights Might Be Mass Produced By 2016 Earliest

OLED taillights BMW showcased in its conceptual M4 car model at CES 2015 will be making its way to new BMW M series cars by 2016, according to latest market rumors.

In January this year, BMW wowed crowds at CES 2015 with advanced automotive lighting technology including prototype OLED taillights on the conceptual M4 car model.

OLED taillights in BMW conceptual M4 car. (BMW/LEDinside)

The OLED taillights developed by Osram might be used on a massive scale in the upcoming M2 to be launched in 2016, speculated a Car and Driver report. A BMW Blog report also noted OLED lights will be featured in a BMW M model car launched next year to celebrate the company’s 100th anniversary, but did not specify the car model.

In a separate BMW Blog report, the author speculated future BMW M5 cars will be featuring the new OLED taillights. If these rumors prove true, Osram will probably be benefiting from BMW’s OLED taillight demands.

(Edits: Judy Lin, Chief Editor, LEDinside)

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