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    • Zlobni Kotlet
      Zlobni Kotlet

      I love LED lights, just not on BMW. I had f30 320d with LED adaptive lights for couple of days while my car was in a shop for repair and I was disappointed. My xenon has a longer and wider range of light than LED. It does light up better the road infront of you than xenon, but only couple of meters, when with xenon I see much further ahead and also wider from the road on both sides. It's the same with Skoda Octavia RS that I drove. The only car with good LED lights that I drove was last year, brand new MB S400 with multibeam LED facelift, that is something completely different than this cheap shit of an LED from BMW. I also want to test matrix lights from audi soon

      about 4 months ago
    • Yamuna Senthilkumar
      Yamuna Senthilkumar

      Do you have to turn on high beams for this to work

      about 4 months ago
    • Yamuna Senthilkumar
      Yamuna Senthilkumar In reply to Yamuna Senthilkumar

      So are you saying this will work with low beams with auto mode

      about 4 months ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to Yamuna Senthilkumar

      it is on, in auto mode high beam.

      about 4 months ago
    • glynharper
      glynharper

      Really good video. Very well done!

      about 6 months ago
    • Ross
      Ross

      Excellent video.

      about 8 months ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to Ross

      Thank you.

      about 8 months ago
    • Arnamo
      Arnamo

      That middle thing inside the bulb looks soo damn ugly/misplaced. Dunno. It's way too blueish as well. Like the looks of the xenon way more.

      about 8 months ago
    • C Jahmal
      C Jahmal

      I have that led on my Bmw but unfortunately mine don’t do nothing but auto high beam because I’m in the states.

      about 1 year ago
    • Peter Wood
      Peter Wood In reply to C Jahmal

      You can code it to be functional...

      about 6 months ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to C Jahmal

      That's sad.

      about 1 year ago
    • Yes Man
      Yes Man

      Is there any reason why they went with reflectors instead of projectors for the LEDs

      about 1 year ago
    • Harry
      Harry In reply to Yes Man

      I'm not sure about that. But they are definitely very good, it's a shame they went with reflector design though as it looks a bit cheap in my eyes

      about 7 months ago
    • The Gaming Norwegian
      The Gaming Norwegian In reply to Yes Man

      cheaper, BMW has started to choose quantity over quality sadly.

      about 1 year ago
    • Michael 534
      Michael 534

      On the road it looks like most of the light hits the ground right in front of the car.
      To me it looks like the Xenon setups are brighter

      about 1 year ago
    • MrMiamiswaggz305
      MrMiamiswaggz305

      Looks cool

      about 1 year ago
    • ahkaw pang
      ahkaw pang

      Thanks to share F30 lights performance, does this functional to F30 for 330E?
      "

      about 1 year ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to ahkaw pang

      Of course, if there is an option Adaptiver LED-Headlight

      about 1 year ago
    • J. C
      J. C

      wtf? mine just flash on and off when car approaches

      about 1 year ago
    • The Gaming Norwegian
      The Gaming Norwegian In reply to J. C

      then its not adaptive headlights, adaptive headlights turn the projector (or well... in this case. reflector) side to side, normals dont, u may just have the "high beam assistant" on urs.

      about 1 year ago
    • Monsieur Africain
      Monsieur Africain

      BMW are cutting it cheap on their headlights

      about 1 year ago
    • mark dempsey
      mark dempsey

      That's a good video well done.

      about 1 year ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to mark dempsey

      Thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • Tryna get my cock fucked.
      Tryna get my cock fucked.

      Doesn't look that bright

      about 1 year ago
    • Monsieur Africain
      Monsieur Africain In reply to Tryna get my cock fucked.

      +Jens Harbers BMW cars have some of the worst headlights. Compare a BMW 3 series of any generation to a Kia Optima GT/SX from 2017+ with its LED projectors and you will see a huge difference. The Kia wins 100% of the time.

      about 2 months ago
    • Monsieur Africain
      Monsieur Africain In reply to Tryna get my cock fucked.

      +Jens Harbers and a multi-reflector unit just wastes all the light and scatters it in an inefficient fashion. There is a reason why Projector headlamps outperform multi-reflectors ...

      about 2 months ago
    • Jens Harbers
      Jens Harbers In reply to Tryna get my cock fucked.

      +Monsieur Africain Bullshit. A "projector" type system looses a bit of the light in the reflector, the "cutoff" to form the low beam and the lens itself. The losses are higher. A reflector based system has the advantage, that nearly 99% of the emitted light hits the road. With a projector you loose 4-5%. It is compensated, but after all they are all the same brightness. And every manufacturer opts for "max legal" brightness.

      Once one 3series with the Adaptive LED drove up to my E39 (with close to new xenon headlights and new Bulbs), the F30 with the adaptive LED was brighter. It also was brighter than 25W Xenons. Also you have the high beam masking, which is nice. It is the second best LED system that's out. The best is mercedes Benz ILS. Because the low beams can swivel and they are a "electronic" type glare free highbeam system.

      When I might buy a 3series, then only with adaptive LED. Looks better and throws out also a good amount of light.

      about 2 months ago
    • C Jahmal
      C Jahmal In reply to Tryna get my cock fucked.

      I have them and they are bright. And they really light up road signs at night.

      about 1 year ago
    • Monsieur Africain
      Monsieur Africain In reply to Tryna get my cock fucked.

      BALD PRICK, because they are not, Audi, Kia/Hyundai/Genesis, Acura, Mercedes, Toyota/Lexus, Mazda, etc. all have brighter and better adaptive LED headlights. The reason why these suck is because BMW is using a reflector headlamp housing as opposed to projector.

      about 1 year ago
    • Cadnaan05
      Cadnaan05

      I have them Adaptive LEDs on my 2018 430i Xdrive Grand Coupe I love them especially when you put autobeam.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kemi Jo
      Kemi Jo

      Great video 👌🏾💯

      about 1 year ago
    • Sam Pineapple
      Sam Pineapple

      damn so high tech

      about 1 year ago
    • The Gaming Norwegian
      The Gaming Norwegian In reply to Sam Pineapple

      Not really high tech at all lol, this should be standard in all cars by now.

      about 1 year ago
    • Gas Pedal Subscribe
      Gas Pedal Subscribe

      which model?

      about 2 years ago
    • The Gaming Norwegian
      The Gaming Norwegian In reply to Gas Pedal Subscribe

      2014 model and u have the face lift headlights? U must have changed the headlights cause these did not come before 2016.

      about 1 year ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to Gas Pedal Subscribe

      320i xdrive 05.2014

      about 2 years ago
    • valleynomad
      valleynomad

      It seems that there is still a lot of room for improvement to reach the ideal advertised performance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y3tkMD6Vew&feature=youtu.be&t=1m

      about 2 years ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to valleynomad

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67B0knvPvpc&t=21s
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAKqXk3wXbo&t=83s

      about 2 years ago
    • thejoseandresshow
      thejoseandresshow

      Nice but I think the matrix led form Audi or the multibeam led from MB are a bit superior. Good video, keep it up.

      about 2 years ago
    • Zlobni Kotlet
      Zlobni Kotlet In reply to thejoseandresshow

      Indeed they are. I don't like the range of light on BMW LED lights, even my xenon has longer and wider range of light output. I had f30 320d with led adaptive lights for couple of days and i was disappointed. Same with Skoda Octavia RS LED lights. The only car with true LED that is better than xenon, was last year when I drove 2018 MB S400 with multibeam facelift. That was something completely different than these cheap LED lights. I still want to test Audi's Matrix.

      about 4 months ago
    • Monsieur Africain
      Monsieur Africain In reply to thejoseandresshow

      it's not only Audi, Mercedes, Kia/Hyundai/Genesis, Mazda, Acura, all have better Project LED adaptive lights.

      about 1 year ago
    • Cadnaan05
      Cadnaan05 In reply to thejoseandresshow

      You are a hater lool

      about 1 year ago
    • Jens Harbers
      Jens Harbers In reply to thejoseandresshow

      No not really. The Audi System is more like: halfway done and shipped out. Because the Lowbeams don't turn mechanically left and right, they are static. Only in the up and down they can adjust.
      Also the Matrix headlight from Audi has not as much segments like Mercedes.

      The Mercedes ILS is the most advanced from the three: Curve-following Low-Beams, 96 Segment Led-Highbeam Matrix and lens system. Also the Response of the Curve following Low-beams is fast.

      I drove a A4 B9 without matrix, but with LED (the Low Beam assy is the same), an RS3 with LED reflector system and an 330d. Also various Bi-Xenon Cars.

      The best Light package is the one from the F30. "Full Adaptive" LED, glarefree-Highbeams and it looks cool. I like it.

      The best Light System at the Market is the ILS.

      about 1 year ago
    • thejoseandresshow
      thejoseandresshow In reply to thejoseandresshow

      Ernad Grudic They are superior because they are based on a array of LEDs. These arrays can turn on and off more than one LED section at once, and these systems do not rely on the mechanical movement of the the high beam portion of the headlight. What BMW does, is that they swivel the high beam portion left or right to not glare incoming traffic. Multibeam and Matrix LED don't rely on that mechanical movement. Instead, they turn off some section of the array of LEDs to not glare incoming drivers.

      about 2 years ago
    • Дарт Реван
      Дарт Реван

      Привет, семья!=)

      about 2 years ago
    • Besedin Dmitriy
      Besedin Dmitriy In reply to Дарт Реван

      Привет!

      about 2 years ago