China-based Yeolight demonstrated new OLED lighting taillights designs at the Automotive Lighting Exhibition in Shanghai. In the video below you can see some of the various prototypes:
And in the photos below you can see some others. These are interesting prototypes. Some of these have been developed in collaboration with automotive makers, for example Geely-owned Zeekr.
Some of these taillight modules seem interesting, and with an impressive amount of panels. At last year's ALE, Yeolight also showed several OLED lighting modules.
A few months ago Yeolight started to install equipment at its $111 million 4.5-Gen OLED lighting fab in Huaibei City, Anhui Province.
Yeolight says that the new fab, when complete, will have a capacity of around 7 million panels in a year, or 1.2 million automotive lighting modules (probably referring to rear light modules). This will be the world's largest OLED lighting fab, when complete.
In 2020 Yeolight announced that its OLED panels were adopted by Hongqi in its H9 flagship sedan.