According to the IIHS, the main fault lies in headlight beams being aimed too high. Continue Reading...
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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its first headlight safety ratings. Continue Reading...
Adaptive headlights are set to be the next technology that sees widespread adoption thanks to new safety ratings. Continue Reading...
Headlights found on cars in the U.S. aren’t as good as they can be. Continue Reading...
If you own a 2012 or 2013 VW Passat, there’s a good chance that your car’s headlights will fail. Continue Reading...
A teaser image of the upcoming Porsche Macan small crossover reveals that it will be the first production model fitted with headlights first seen during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Continue Reading...
After being barred from bringing its Matrix Beam headlights, Audi is fighting to at least offer its sequential turn signals in the U.S.. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is upgrading its probe on the Chevrolet Corvette over faulty headlights to an engineering analysis. Continue Reading...
A new series of recalls by Chrysler was announced by the U.S. safety regulators today. Continue Reading...
Audi has announced that its 2014 A8 sedan will get the automaker’s new “Matrix” LED headlights, a technology that’s takes the high-beam function to a more precise level. Continue Reading...
Chrysler announced its sixth recall over the last two weeks on Thursday. The most recent involved a software glitch on over 1,200 Ram pickup trucks from the 2013 model year. Continue Reading...
Even after concerns about the Toyota FJ Cruisers blinding headlights, Toyota is pushing NHTSA to relax its stance about its high beam headlights. Continue Reading...
Complaints that certain Chevrolet Corvette sports cars might suffer from headlights going dark without warning are prompting an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
You probably take them for granted and forget to turn them on from time to time, but headlights have made a remarkable journey from the lanterns they literally used to be. Now, they might be able to make rain invisible… sort of. Continue Reading...
There’s nothing low key about driving a Lamborghini product, but 144 Aventador owners might be turning heads the wrong way. Continue Reading...
Mercedes just released a teaser video chock-full of closeup shots showcasing its new headlight design for the E-Class. Continue Reading...
Marijuana growing operations and Porsche Cayennes and Panameras might have more in common than you would guess. Continue Reading...
If you own a 2003-04 Honda Civic or a 2004-05 Pilot, there’s a chance the head lights could fail. Continue Reading...
Apart from previewing some of what Porsche might look to in its future mechanically, the Sport Turismo concept was a look into explicit styling cues aimed at upcoming cars. Continue Reading...
Results from a new test being conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) could prompt automakers to modify their cars by making them heavier, more expensive and less fuel efficient. Continue Reading...
Considering their prevalence today, it’s easy to forget that just five years ago we saw our first set of LED headlights on a production vehicle. Even back then car makers were putting LEDs on concept cars to dazzle show-goers and catch the eyes of the media. But today, LED (light-emitting diode) lights are no longer… Continue Reading...
Porsche may have made a serious mistake in hiring an ex Wile E. Coyote illustrator to assemble their Cayenne SUVs. Sure it’s funny to see the sneaky canine’s eyes pop out, but there’s nothing funny about that happening to your car. Jokes aside, more than 20,000 Porsche Cayennes from the 2011-12 model year, including the Cayenne,… Continue Reading...
BMW engineers are currently working on the introduction of laser light technology as the next logical step in car light development. Laser lights offer a vast improvement over the stock LED bulbs, currently used in luxury cars because lasers use less energy, are brighter, smaller, and can be directed at a smaller area. LED lighting generates only around 100 lumens… Continue Reading...