Ford Smart Headlights Can Widen, Illuminate Pedestrians, Fry an Egg

If you drive a Ford vehicle sometime in the near future, your headlights might be smarter than you. That’s because Ford is currently developing some seriously intelligent headlight technology to go with the innovative tech it already has. There is almost nothing these headlights of the future can’t do. The new Camera-Based Advanced Front Lighting System technology gives the headlights the ability to widen the beam, making it easier to see at junctions or roundabouts. Spot Lighting technology can recognize pedestrians, cyclists, or large animals that are on or near the road. These nascent technologies combine with the already available Traffic Sign Recognition and Adaptive Front Lighting System to make

Check Out the Awesome Features on the Ford GT

The GT has about as storied a history as any car can have. Back in the late ’60s, the Ford GT40 completely dominated endurance racing. From 1966 to 1969, the GT40 took the crown at the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Now it has returned! The all-new 2017 Ford GT is based on the revered GT40, and is built for speedy endurance just like its predecessor. For automotive enthusiasts, the Ford GT was undoubtedly the most exciting development this year. It’s called a supercar and for good reason. The features on the Ford GT are, simply put, brilliant. A rear spoiler functions as an air-brake. Car and Driver