Bi-xenon headlamps offer vast luminous power to improve night-time vision and visibility considerably while also illuminating the edges of the carriageway more clearly and over a wider area.
Compared with conventional H7 bulbs, Bi-xenon headlamps produce up to 87% more light when dipped and up to 180% more on full beam. This increases the driver's perceptual safety and makes night-time driving considerably safer.
Bi-xenon means that dipped and main beam share a common light source. With the main beam, the full luminous flux is available, amplified by a halogen spot to provide longer range visibility to the front and for the headlamp flasher function. Switching to dipped beam moves an insert into place, which that partially screens the main beam. It has a considerably wider range than a conventional halogen dipped beam, making it easier to identify objects at the side of the carriageway more quickly.
A dynamic beam control system governed by sensors automatically compensates for changes in the angle of the vehicle due to braking, acceleration or load weight. It automatically adjusts the headlamp angle to the longitudinal incline (pitch angle) of the vehicle to prevent the bright Bi-xenon headlamps from dazzling road-users in oncoming vehicles and vehicles ahead.