Touring: "Are you serious? The lights are the weakest part of the Model S."
I am more happy with my MS headlights than I thought I would be. Please elaborate on their weakness. I'm curious and want to hear your thoughts.
Not exactly. The way I understand that they work is that there is a separate LED pointed "around" the corner that lights up when sensors in the steering wheel sense you are turning.Do the Model S/X lights turn with the car? I know that some Lexus cars have lights that turn independently of the car.
On the Lexus they seem to smoothly turn with the wheel and don't suddenly turn on.Not exactly. The way I understand that they work is that there is a separate LED pointed "around" the corner that lights up when sensors in the steering wheel sense you are turning.
Oh yeah, and it's only a Premium Upgrade Package thing...
- Three-position dynamic LED turning lights for nighttime visibility.
In theory yes it would be, but my Lexus they have always worked perfectly, but maybe Tesla wants to keep the number of moving parts down which is fine by me.The 2014+ Mazda's also have headlights which turn with the steering wheel. IMO fixed LEDs which turn on will be more reliable than a turning mechanism which has several moving parts.
Are you serious? The lights are the weakest part of the Model S.
Any lights are better than the lights on a Honda ... I've seen the pattern for the Model S and it looks good to me.
The low beam projectors for the Acura TSX and Honda S2000 are some of the best in the industry for single xenon use. The Acura TL bi-xenon projectors are just as good.
... I'm driving a 2015 Kia K900 with LED headlights, and everyone thinks they're too bright. What's going on? The issue, I think, is that each LED lighting element is too distinct. The K900 has four low-beam LEDs on each side, so oncoming drivers perceive four individual lights rather than one big bulb. ...