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      10-05-2012, 07:05 PM   #11
Meanie
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Drives: BMW F22 M240i
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: South Africa

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So a bit of an update:

The light distribution is automatically adapted to the speed when you have adaptive headlights. The city light is active as of a speed of less than 50km/h (30mph). The motorway light is switched on at a speed higher than 110km/h (68mph) after approximately 30 seconds or as of a speed of 140km/h (87mph).

When the car is stationary the cornering lights does not swivel to the driver's side when stationary.

When reversing, only the cornering light is active and illuminates the zone on the outside of the bend.

The high-beam assistance is different to previous BMW models, it has the ability to beam headlights on and off OR fades out the areas which dazzle oncoming vehicles.

Guiding fog lights will only activate up to a speed of 110km/h (68mph).

Reference: Page 85 of owners manual

So in answering my own question, the F20 has the same system as the F30. Hehe!

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