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  • Sofi Ishak II
    BMW states on its i8 Concept Web site: "The intensity of laser light poses no possible risks to humans, animals or wildlife when used in car lighting. Amongst other things, this is because the light is not emitted directly, but is first converted into a form that is suitable for use in road traffic.7 nov 2011
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