Volkswagen Vento Highline now with LED headlights

- Nov 29, 2017 -

Volkswagen Vento Highline now with LED headlights

Recently Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) has quietly updated the Volkswagen Vento sedan – the range-topping 1.2 TSI Highline variant now gains LED headlights at no extra cost.The new lamps, which feature LED low and high beams as well as LED daytime running lights, are essentially the same items introduced on the facelifted Polo in other markets. With them, the Vento joins the Mazda 2 and the recently-facelifted Honda City in offering LED headlights in the B-segment sedan class.

As the technology advances more energy efficient, effective and designer headlights have come into existence. One of them are LED Headlights. Automotive headlamp applications using light emitting diode (LED) have been undergoing very active development.

The lighting system of a vehicle comprises of lights and signal devices assembled to the front, sides and rear of the vehicle. This system helps the driver to drive the vehicle safely after dark and determine the position, direction of traveling and speed of vehicle. These days sparkling automotive headlights are in trend which increases the appeal of the vehicle. The various automotive headlights which are progressively more popular are HID Projector, Euro, and LED and Dual Halo Projector headlights. These headlights offer the highest visibility as latest technologies are used to produce brighter and whiter light which enables the driver to operate the vehicle much safer. But the installation and adjustment of these headlights should be done through expert motor mechanic so that you can get the real focus of light on the right place. The proper alignment of these lights gives exceptional and elegant look to the vehicle especially during night.

LED lighting is an invention of a world which is environmentally aware and is constantly on the lookout for greener lighting options. The technology of LED lighting can be utilized to significantly reduce the carbon emissions and combat the challenge of global warming. As LED technology continues to evolve, the performance of LED headlights are predicted to improve to approach and are increasingly being adopted to offer significant advantages over filament bulbs with fewer engineering challenges than headlights pose.