Aside from the silly autoparking featuers, those are the only two features I think are missing compared to the Ford Escape Titanium I traded in for the TourX. I wasn't looking for them in the Escape, but appreciated them anyway. I've only had the TourX for a week, I'm wondering whether I will actually miss them.
Tried both but neither uses the LED matrix which the car has.in the settings under vehicle
there is an option that says forward lighting, it then has 2 options for "corner and curve" or "adaptive forward lighting"
anyone try this?
They're considering changing the law so we can finally catch up with the rest of the world.^^^ If it's a law thing then I can live with that
Yes.The adaptive forward lighting only turns the lights left and right at slower speeds when turning.
Where in the UI is this screen. I have the TourX Essence ModelYes.
Then the next paragraph in the manual states the following:
LED Headlamp System - This system automatically controls the LED headlamps light intensity and distribution based on the lighting condition, road type, and driving situation. The vehicle adapts the headlamps automatically to enable optimal lighting while driving.
Confusing? Think so, given that the wording seems to indicate it could possibly modulate the output from hi beam to dipped beam automatically, but that just doesn't happen.
Then you have this to decide on:
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Does enabling the ILD function include corner/curve lighting? Think so.
Does enabling corner/curve lighting disable the ILD function? Who knows.
Is the owners manual worthless? You decide.