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Synonyms for headlamp

a powerful light with reflector

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FX GT customers get Bi-Xenon adaptive headlights that turn with the steering wheel, full leather trim, heated and cooled front seats with electric adjustment, I-Key smart access, cruise control, electric sunroof, 2Gb music jukebox, rear view camera and cruise control.
The car will be powered by the l.6-litre, 184 bhp engine featured in the new MINI Cooper S and comes with standard equipment like Xenon adaptive headlights, Park Distance Control, automatic air-con and an onboard computer.
The high-performance RS gets 19-inch wheels, a diamond-patterned grille, a fixed rear wing, oval exhaust pipes, a rear diffuser and adaptive headlights. It comes only with a six-speed manual transmission.
Optional driver assistance systems include high-beam assistant, adaptive headlights, park assist, reversing camera, lane departure warning including collision warning, cruise control with brake function, speed-limit and no-passing information.
"Adaptive headlights are another aid for night driving," said research director Larry Fisher.
In addition to the interior trim options available, the MINI Countryman includes a high-end audio and navigation system, an extra-large Panorama roof, adaptive headlights in combination with Xenon headlight units, a towbar, light-alloy wheels ranging in size from 16 to 19 inches, as well as the wide range of John Cooper Works components.
BMW has finally unveiled its long-awaited new model complete with adaptive headlights, in built sat-nav, a self-levelling suspension and a new, compact inline six-cylinder engine.
For example, the optional xenon headlights can be ordered with black headlight reflectors or the Adaptive Headlights function, while an automatic dimming function is available for both the rear-view and exterior mirrors, and the optional ambient lighting uses a trio of LEDs to provide a broad spectrum of colour.
Optional extras include a panoramic glass sunroof, adaptive headlights and a reversing camera.
As an option, adaptive headlights that follow steering inputs to see around corners are on offer, but innovative rear two-stage LED brake lights are awaiting approval from the bureaucrats in Brussels, and will only be available in the US for the time being.
Other innovations include an electro-hydraulic braking system, a 5.5 V8 with supercharger and intercooler, adaptive headlights which track the steering angle, carbon-fibre raised seats and a body made from aluminium and fibre-reinforced materials.
City braking anti-collision systems and stop/start were fitted as standard, while many first-time Sport Nav owners plumped for optional safety technology including lane departure and blind spot warnings, as well as adaptive headlights.
These include adaptive headlights, power tailgate, quilted leather upholstery, rear view camera and special alloy wheels.
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