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Tesla adaptive high beam (matrix) lights when driving under street lights

Tesla adaptive high beam (matrix) lights when driving under street lights

Video by Go Green Autos via YouTube

In March 2024, Tesla released an over the air software update which enabled the matrix headlights. All Tesla Model Y and Model 3 since late 2020 have had LED matrix headlights fitted as standard, but the adaptive driving beam function of these headlights has never been enabled, so they operated like normal LED headlights. They did have automatic main beam dipping though.
But finally Tesla has been rolling out new software that adds the "adaptive high beams" function and this replaces the previous simple automatic dipping. In this video I just look at how they perform in towns with street lighting, as some owners have commented that their adaptive lights do not work. This is because they turn off when there are street lights. So if you only drive in towns or cities, you’re unlikely to experience the adaptive high beam lights.

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00:00 Intro
01:00 Auto wipers
01:24 Adaptive beams disable under street lights
06:11 Dazzling an oncoming car
08:17 Street light test 2 & nasty pothole
09:14 Town (brighter) street light tests
12:28 Auto wipers
13:25 More street lights
14:34 Auto wipers not working
15:10 Conclusion
16:21 Outro
16:54 Tesla referral

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