New SEAT Leon Gets Innovative Blind Spot DetectionJanuary 29, 2020
The new generation of the SEAT Leon hatchback has additional interior lighting – LED strips. It turns out that these streaks of light serve not only a decorative purpose, but also can warn the driver about the presence of a car in the “blind” zone.
A couple of hours ago, a completely new generation of the Spanish SEAT Leon hatchback was introduced, and we can say with confidence that this is the most technologically advanced, safest car company to date. Thanks to a wide selection of safety systems and driver assistance, the new iteration of the best seller from SEAT is 100% very popular.
In addition to all the other chips, the car received an improved system of external lighting, which is not even offered in the new Volkswagen Golf and Skoda Octavia – but these cars are technically and very much interconnected.
If you look at the photo at the top of this page, you will see that it depicts the point where the driver’s door of the brand new Leon (if it is a left-hand drive car) “meets” with the dashboard and front desk. There is a streak of ambient light that covers the entire width of the dashboard and passes through the door panels, creating a wonderful visual effect.
More importantly, it is not only the surrounding decorative light. The yellow part of the lane also acts as a warning indication for some auxiliary functions of the vehicle, including the detection of blind spots, assistance with changing lanes, and assistance when leaving the occupied lane.
It is important to note that intelligent ambient lighting is standard on the Spanish standard. SEAT explains that the lighting arc changes color depending on the situation … For example, if you just started the engine, softer colors will please you, and switching to sport mode will bring brighter tones.
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