beat trouble to the punch.
technology goes on fast and bright, reacting ten times faster than
conventional bulbs. That means if a trailing driver can notice the brake
lights of the leading car sooner, that driver's reaction time can be
quickened, potentially resulting in a shorter stopping
distance. Another fast-acting feature, the available high-beam
assistant, can decide for itself when it's sensible to use the
high-beam headlights. It automatically detects the headlights of
oncoming traffic and the rear lights of other road users and varies the
range and width of the headlights between dipped and full beam according
to the road situation. Trouble really doesn't stand a chance.