Tesla has updated the Model X with new headlights that feature two distinct bulbs with an array of LEDs in each housing. Each LED is individually controllable, allowing for light projection in almost any pattern. This means that the headlights can be adjusted to illuminate the road in a way that minimizes glare for oncoming traffic, while also providing maximum visibility for the driver.
The new headlights have been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and Tesla is expected to turn on that feature through a free over-the-air (OTA) software update soon. The new headlights are similar to those that were recently spotted on a prototype Model 3. The headlights on the Model 3 are also expected to be approved by the NHTSA soon and will likely be rolled out to production vehicles in the coming months.
The new headlights are a significant upgrade over the previous headlights on the Model X. They provide better visibility for the driver, while also minimizing glare for oncoming traffic. This makes them a safer and more comfortable driving experience.
Here are some of the key features of the new headlights:
- Two distinct bulbs with an array of LEDs in each housing
- Each LED is individually controllable
- Light projection can be adjusted to minimize glare for oncoming traffic
- Approved by the NHTSA
- Expected to be rolled out to production vehicles in the coming months
The new headlights are a welcome upgrade for the Model X, and they are sure to make driving safer and more comfortable for Model X owners.
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