Ford Motor Co.'s new electronically sensored adaptive lighting system has eyes. When the concept sedan (for now unnamed, but set to debut at the Detroit auto show in January) eases into a curve, its light-emitting-diode panel in the front headlight assembly glows a soft white to follow the contour of the road, giving the driver a wide view of the dark. LEDs lead the way on Lincoln concept car's headlight assembly. The panels are at once a safety feature and a technological strike ...
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