How does Mazda’s Adaptive Front-Lighting System work?

By Product Expert | Posted in Safety on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 at 7:52 pm
How does Mazda's Adaptive Front-lighting System work

Driving at night can be unnerving as it is, but if your car’s lights aren’t working or environmental factors prevent you from having a good view of the road ahead, it can be downright scary. Luckily for us, Mazda has developed an advanced safety feature to protect us in this exact situation. The Adaptive Front-Lighting System is designed to keep drivers safe while on the road at night, but how does it work? Read on to find out! 

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What does Mazda’s Adaptive Front-Lighting System do? 

Mazda’s Adaptive Front-Lighting System uses factors such as vehicle speed and steering input to point the vehicle’s low beam headlights in the direction the driver is intending to travel. So, in simple terms, if you’re rounding a corner, the system will adjust the headlights to illuminate more of the bend ahead. We all know how tiring driving at night can be, and the Adaptive Front-Lighting System is specifically designed to help relieve driver fatigue when it’s dark outside. With the system’s auto-leveling function and stable distribution of light, drivers won’t have to strain their eyes when rounding curves. Interested in learning more about this highly-advanced piece of technology? Take a look at the video below! 

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Have additional questions about Mazda’s Adaptive Front-Lighting System or how it works? If so, feel free to drop us a line in the comments below or contact a member of our team here at Seacoast Mazda! Those interested in getting behind the wheel of any Mazda model equipped with the advanced technology are encouraged to schedule an obligation-free test drive online today! 

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