Audi Unveils Car Headlights Of The Future, Helps Reduce Accidents
After revealing its autonomous cars, German automobile marque Audi has unveiled what is described to be “lighting technologies of tomorrow”, according to Inhabitat.
The brand’s latest vehicle technology—showcased at 2013 International CES in Las Vegas—features LED headlights on the face of the car model to increase visibility, and reduce accidents by reacting to environmental conditions and its surroundings.
By getting information from sensors and the navigation system, the futuristic Matrix LED headlights would be able to automatically adjust to various driving conditions.
It also has a front-mounted camera to detect other vehicles—when an oncoming car is detected, the car’s high-beam headlights would fade out.
The rear lights of future Audi models would also be “laser tail lights” to provide brighter and clearer signals, so that when in a fog or rain, they are more visible.
What do you think—would this make for safer driving?
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