The first half of 2014 years BMW has introduced laser headlights in the i8 hybrid model. Of course, this idea is more developed and upgraded so that the latest developments in the field of headlights and tail lamps are shown in the prototype BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The 2015 BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights with light technology, which will in the future be found in production models that will increase night-time safety. These laser-beam headlights have a range of up to 600 meters thanks to sensors on the system time observed vehicles that come in encounter or that move in front of the car in the same direction, and excludes them from the light beam that their drivers would not be blinded.
That comes into play a special optical system which directs the rays from the high-performance diodes onto a phosphor plate inside the light, which converts the beam into a very bright white light that is similar to natural daylight and pleasant to the eye.
The headlights are equipped with infrared sensors that allow the driver to much earlier on the eve of a man or an animal by the road, but when the vehicle has a standard headlights.
The rear lights of the BMW Concept M4 Iconic Lights in OLED technology which produce light from wafer-thin semiconducting layers of organic material.
As for the engine BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights does not have any significant changes relative to a M4 model and thus has 3.0 liters, in-line, six cylinders with two turbochargers and direct injection, which sends a power of 425 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. What is not mentioned by the BMW Company is the transmission, but to at any moment to emphasize the high-tack technology assumption is that it will be equipped with the double-clutch transmission and not the manual.
The first prototype of the BMW that will have an OLED rear lights will be on current announcements M model, which is expected during 2016. It should be mentioned and that is shown at CES and iDrive system with a new generation of touch screen.