BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights

Jan 12, 2015

Category: Rides

Statistics show 97% of things are automatically made cooler when lasers are added. One rare exception: yogurt. Thankfully BMW has kept their lasers out of all dairy products and kept them firmly in their high-end cars.

The latest advance in the Bavarian carmaker’s Laserlight technology is the M4 Concept Iconic Lights. Based on a standard 2015 M4, the concept car shown at CES featured BMW’s Selective Beam function that promises no blinding of oncoming drivers. The new Laserlights can also work with the navigation system to illuminate upcoming corners, while the Dynamic Light Spot promises to warn the driver of any people or animals in the path of the car up to 100 meters away. In the back there’s new OLEDs for both the taillights and the turn signals, and that should cut down on CO2 emissions due to its low power demands.

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