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Ford Lighting Technology

Ford Lighting Technology enables you to see clearly without dazzling others. Adaptive Front Lighting, Auto High Beam and Adaptive Lighting with Ford Dynamic LED Headlights are all available with new Ford cars – making your journey even safer, no matter what time of day.

Using an infrared camera and two spotlights in place of conventional fog lamps, Ford Adaptive Front Lighting helps you spot potential hazards in the dark to reduce the risk of accidents. This headlight system reacts to the road and focuses on possible obstacles that may cause you to break or avoid. In addition, it reads the road using GPS, and points the headlights in the most useful direction – for example, it knows about upcoming bends and junctions and acts accordingly.

Auto High Beam makes for a handy night-driving aid – you no longer need to worry about flicking a switch to stop dazzling other drivers. This responsive system temporarily dips your headlights when it senses oncoming traffic or a vehicle ahead, before reverting back to high beam automatically when required. It’s particularly useful on narrow roads with little lighting.

As for Adaptive Lighting with Ford Dynamic LED Headlights, they can help you see around bends. This smart system – which provide a contemporary finish – features a series of LEDs to achieve an accurate light pattern. Their natural-style light is bold and bright, illuminating the road ahead. Daytime running lights are also available, enhancing visibility all day long.

To find out more about Ford technology – including Ford Lighting Technology – get in touch with the Gates Ford team today. You can also book a test drive if you’d like to experience these systems for yourself in Stevenage, Harlow, Bishop’s Stortford, Hertford, St Albans, Potters Bar, Enfield and Woodford.