Automotive Lighting (AL) is a German-based company founded in 1999 as
a 50-50 joint venture between the Italian
Magneti-Marelli and the
Robert Bosch GmbH
Robert Bosch GmbH (K2 Lighting division).
Magneti Marelli raised its share to 75% after the acquisition
of Seima Group. In 2003 Automotive Lighting become fully owned by
Automotive Lighting is the first company to introduce rear LED lights
in 2003 for the Peugeot 307 CC, and the first full-LED headlamp in
mass production for the
Audi R8 in 2008.
^ "Automotive Lighting". Driving Vision News. Retrieved 27 April
Magneti Marelli inaugurates a new U.S. automotive lighting plant in
Pulaski, Tenn." Magneti Marelli. 17 June 2013. Retrieved 27 April
Coordinates: 49°26′34″N 15°36′45″E / 49.4427°N