Joerg Bauer, President & CEO of Tungsram Group. Photo by Mark Phillips/Aftermarket Intel.

At AAPEX 2019, Tungsram President & CEO Joerg Bauer, accepted the Auto Care Association’s Best New Product Award in the Automotive Lighting category for its new Nighthawk LED Sealed Beams. 

“This prestigious award is the first recognition of our newly developed range of Automotive LED sealed beam products,” said Bauer. “Nighthawk LED Sealed Beams feature premium performance and quality at a competitive price point, and receiving this honor tells us the product is resonating with customers.”

The Tungsram booth at AAPEX 2019. Photo by Mark Phillips/Aftermarket Intel.

Tungsram’s Nighthawk LED Sealed Beams are not only brighter than standard halogen sealed beam headlights, but they are also proven to be long-lasting, rated at 15,000 hours. This is a sealed beam replacement system for an LED upgrade in U.S. automotive vehicles. These lamps meet DOT regulations and directly retrofit standard halogen sealed beam headlights. Nighthawk LED sealed beams come with a three-year limited warranty and ensure exceptional visibility with 5600K white light that is close to daylight.

“New Nighthawk LED Sealed Beams contribute to our North American growth strategy and the overall business,” added Gabriella Mozes, Tungsram general manager, global automotive, 

The Auto Care Association represents and serves the interests of 3,000 members within the U.S. auto care industry.

Tungsram has a product for every need, vehicle and destination, with best-in-class quality, performance and technology. To learn more about its latest automotive lighting innovations and for additional information, please visit 

About Tungsram

Tungsram offers a comprehensive range of quality automotive lamps for OEM and aftermarket use operating on either 12V or 24V systems. Several products are on the Approved Lists of car manufacturers worldwide. In addition to standard range, collections include premium products with enhanced performance in terms of life, luminance, color or vibration resistance. Visit for more information. 

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