Canadian auto parts maker Magna International Inc. is introducing a new line of headlights which combine multiple high-power light-emitting diodes (LEDs) with injection molded lenses to improve forward visibility for drivers and provide customized styling options for automakers.
Called D-Optic, the headlamps will make their market debut on the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse.
In a statement, Aurora, Ont.-based Magna described D-Optic lighting as “unique for automotive applications because it is scalable and is custom-developed for a vehicle’s specific shape and styling.” LEDs and lenses can be added or subtracted to suit each unique design.
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