Auto high-beam headlamps

Auto high-beam headlamps  - Overview - Lincoln MKS

Auto high-beam headlamps also use the windshield-mounted camera to monitor traffic conditions and control high-beam activation.

In darkness, the high-beam headlamps automatically illuminate unless other traffic is detected. The system continuously scans for stimuli - oncoming vehicle lights prompt the lamps to dim, but traffic lights or a road sign's reflection will not affect the high beams. The sensitivity setting can be adjusted from the default setting of "Near" to "Far."

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