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tail lamp

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Noun1.tail lamp - lamp (usually red) mounted at the rear of a motor vehicletail lamp - lamp (usually red) mounted at the rear of a motor vehicle
electrical system - equipment in a motor vehicle that provides electricity to start the engine and ignite the fuel and operate the lights and windshield wiper and heater and air conditioner and radio
lamp - an artificial source of visible illumination
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The vehicle features a conventionally-lit headlamp with twin pilot lamps that are flanked by turn indicators, which also consist of halogen bulbs, single-piece seat along with a sharp tail section that houses its split tail lamp setup.
There is a dash of chrome surrounding the circular fog lamps while there is a new -larger - multi-spoke alloys on the side and a re-designed tail lamp with a chrome slab running through the middle for character.
Stand-out features include a horizontal line running from the front wing up over the rear haunch and flowing towards the tail lamp. And the position of its LED headlamps along with the hexagonal upper grille also draw on the details of the classic roadster, while the newcomer's bonnet emulates the twin power domes of the second-generation Fiat 124 Spider.
This year, OSRAM unveiled a tail lamp demonstrator, which uses a 1.4-mm white OLED (made from carbon and hydrogen).
New extended underbody covers, wider front spoiler lips, tail lamp housings designed to enhance airflow separation and an integrated rear deck lid spoiler contribute to what the company calls the Insignia's slippery shape.
Unlike the single point incandescent bulb, several LEDs acting in conjunction provide the required intensity for the combined Stop and Tail lamp functions.
At the rear there are now high-visibility tail lamp clusters and a new bumper.
Koito expects LED tail lamps to account for 10 percent of tail lamp sales in 2004, 80 percent in 2006 and 95 percent in 2008.
The model features LED tail lamps, a two-part headlamps design, a larger grille with the three horizontal slats and a wide air dam, a rear with a chunkier bumper with high-mounted reflectors and a slightly redesigned tail lamp cluster.
The chromed five-piece front grille set can be complemented with matching trim for the front headlamps and rear tail lamp cluster, and there is a body-coloured rear upper spoiler and polished sport bar, plus seven-spoke alloys and a polished stainless steel exhaust extension.