Ford’s engineers have always sought out new ways to improve nighttime driving. Several years ago, the company introduced an adaptive front headlight system which automatically adjusts the direction of the headlight beam based on the driver’s steering wheel input. Now, Ford’s European Research and Advanced Engineering division has found a way to improve upon this tech thanks to the GPS system already built into the car. By using the vehicle’s coordinates and trajectory, the company’s new headlight system can predict the ideal way to adjust headlight output before the car ever reaches a curve.
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