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  • Udo Anima
    Part of a video titled Adaptive Headlamps | Ford How-To | Ford - YouTube
    It's called adaptive front lighting and works using steering wheel input to follow the curves in theMoreIt's called adaptive front lighting and works using steering wheel input to follow the curves in the road and adjust the light pattern before you turn into it.

    How do you use adaptive headlights?

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