Adaptive headlamps (if equipped)

Adaptive headlamps (if equipped)  - Headlamp control - Lights - Lincoln MKZ Owners Manual - Lincoln MKZ

The headlamp beams move in the same direction as the steering wheel

The headlamp beams move in the same direction as the steering wheel which provides more visibility when driving around curves.

• Without adaptive headlamps (1)
• With adaptive headlamps (2)

Note: The system has a power-up movement check feature. When the vehicle is started, the lamps track left to right, then back to center to alert the driver that the system is working properly. There is a delay of two to five seconds before the adaptive headlamp system will operate when the vehicle is driven, as the system is inactive below 3 mph (5 km/h).

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