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Old November 18th, 2011, 06:48 AM   #1
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New JK, M Plate. LED Headlights?

Sue me, I don't follow automotive news that closely lately. I'm pretty sure the JK I passed this morning on I75 with an M Plate had LED headlights.

They had the similar icy bright white glow of LED Christmas Tree Lights, and were definitely multi-faceted and/or multi-lightsource points.

I obviously knew LEDs were being more and more increasingly used for DRL, auxiliary, brake, and signal lamps, but thought only a small handful of high end exotics were exploring their use as primary headlamps.

Any Chrysler engineers surprised by what I saw, or was I just overly tired with glazed/glassy eyes this morning?
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Old November 18th, 2011, 06:49 AM   #2
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Sue me, I don't follow automotive news that closely lately. I'm pretty sure the JK I passed this morning on I75 with an M Plate had LED headlights.

They had the similar icy bright white glow of LED Christmas Tree Lights, and were definitely multi-faceted and/or multi-lightsource points.

I obviously knew LEDs were being more and more increasingly used for DRL, auxiliary, brake, and signal lamps, but thought only a small handful of high end exotics were exploring their use as primary headlamps.

Any Chrysler engineers surprised by what I saw, or was I just overly tired with glazed/glassy eyes this morning?
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