Over the past four years, NHTSA experts have studied matrix optics and finally came to the conclusion that it is not only safe, but also better illuminates the road. In early February, the outdated 1967 standard was canceled and a new law was signed legalizing adaptive headlights. It will enter into force 45 days after signing, that is, in mid-March.
However, the American automotive market was not ready for such a turn of events and the mass introduction of adaptive headlights on models of different price segments. flow, modern optics will be able to offer for mass-market cars.