i promised someone on reddit i would compare my 2016 model s p90d [pre-facelift]'s headlights against those in the 2018 model 3. figured not everyone is on reddit and i should also share the info here.
Same camera? Should be obvious answer of yes, but if not, would have different white balance.i promised someone on reddit i would compare my 2016 model s p90d [pre-facelift]'s headlights against those in the 2018 model 3. figured not everyone is on reddit and i should also share the info here.
I may be wrong and behind the times with the light tech, I meant whatever the upper trim headlights are, both our X and S appear very white compared to the pics above.Dear lord, the Model S even had halogen headlights as the bass level? Gross. After having LED headlights in my Leaf, I would never want halogen.
uh... behind? hahah no idea what the adjustment is. never even thought of changing it.
You can adjust the angle of the headlights to
accommodate the load you are carrying. For
example, in situations when you are carrying a
significant amount of weight in the rear trunk,
you may need to lower the angle of the
headlights to avoid creating glare for
oncoming drivers. To adjust headlights, touch
Controls > Service > Adjust Headlights, then
follow the onscreen instructions.
Warning: Proceed with caution when
adjusting headlights. Tesla has carefully
calibrated the position of the headlights
to be in an optimum position for most
driving scenarios. Tesla recommends that
you do not adjust headlights unless you
are familiar with how headlights should
be adjusted. Once adjusted, you will be
unable to automatically restore them to
their originally calibrated position.
Contact Tesla for assistance when
ha! that is amazing.