2021 Polestar 2
I didn’t really know what these were or how they worked but good video from Bjorn:
The “turn-following” lights work by illuminating the LED fog lamps as you turn the wheel. It does a great job and I’m sure that would be ok in the US.That looks great! And while the blanking is obviously the headline feature, it looks like the headlights also follow the road on tight turns very well.
Does anyone know how crippled this feature will be in the USA? The website says that the dimming for oncoming traffic isn't available (because stupid laws), but will the turn-following work?
Cool, another feature I didn’t know about. Not done much driving in unlit areas since I got the car. I’ll need to look out for that....Two different things. ABL used to be mechanical turning of the headlight lens (I suspect this is electronic steering now) and operates at any speed. The cornering lights only operate at low speed and are designed to illuminate the area to the side, for turning into a drive for example. As you say, these use the front fog lights. (This used to be done using a sideways facing bulb in the headlight cluster of my old XC60).
These are all great safety features and I am pleased they have been carried over to the PS2
This is a country where you use break lights as indicators instead of a separate light. Also you love your Junctions over roundabouts even though this saves lives and keeps traffic flowing, and extremely rarely does someone plough straight through a roundabout.I am really bummed North America wont be getting these features, looks really cool! Maybe they will be a way for us to unlock?🤷♂️
Some cities don’t even allow right at red lights. Yes, we have some weird laws hereThis is a country where you use break lights as indicators instead of a separate light. Also you love your Junctions over roundabouts even though this saves lives and keeps traffic flowing, and extremely rarely does someone plough straight through a roundabout.
So yeah ... can't see it happening ... sorry.
Although you do allow people to turn right at a red light ... that is good!