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And don't they look good from the front. Honda has certainly pushed all the right premium buttons with the 10th!
If you look back at the videos that leaked when the civic was testing covered still you can see that they just blink... it wouldve been cooler if they did streaming across, but can't win them all.At first I read the sentence as "they don't look good". I was taken aback. LOL
Do they just blink, or is there a more interesting way in which they indicate? Like streaming across or something like that? Maybe I am having too grandiose expectations here.
I think the fender lights are turn signals. I believe in one of the videos that showed a group of the sedans testing covered i remember seeing as they were turning the fender lights blinking as they turned.Would be really cool if the signals streamed across or if it's integrated into the side mirrors but it's fine as is and it does it's job.
Are those little yellow things in near the front fenders additional signal lights?
AGREED!!!! Nothing looks cheaper then an Audi signalling from the front. I'm sorry but they brag about how advanced their LED tech is yet they cant even get the DRLS to stay on when signalling...
I think the reason the DRLs turn off on Audis and other automakers is to make it easier to see the turn signal blinking. It draws more attention to the blinking light when there isn't another light on.AGREED!!!! Nothing looks cheaper then an Audi signalling from the front. I'm sorry but they brag about how advanced their LED tech is yet they cant even get the DRLS to stay on when signalling...
The reason it looks like it's pulsing is because depending on camera type LED lights don't render on film very well. They actually pulse, but too quickly for the human eye to see. However cameras that aren't top end catch that pulsing because of the refresh rate of the camera's pixels.Didn't notice until I watched the walk around video but the lower LED strip in the headlights pulses upwards. Is that set as default? It seems to be a solid line of light in OP's video here.