Dynamic indicators use smart technology to improve the functionality of turn indicators by sending clearer signals than conventional turn signals. They are implemented by a band of 30 LEDs, with seven segments sequentially activated every 150 milliseconds.
Matrix LED headlights produce a light similar in colour to daylight. They incorporate sensors and an inbuilt camera that detects other road users, as well as ambient light in built-up areas. They then react by dipping individual LEDs to reduce the risk of dazzling other road users, while still fully illuminating the remainder of the road.