The Bi-Xenon main headlights feature automatic and dynamic range control, which provides uniform illumination of the road whether dipped or main beam is selected. The dynamic cornering light function swivels the headlights towards the inside of a bend based on the steering angle and road speed. The static cornering lights activate the auxiliary headlights in order to illuminate more of the road at tight bends and turns. Put simply, a greater part of the road ahead is illuminated the moment you enter a bend.
In addition, PDLS adjusts the range of the dipped beams at higher speeds. An adverse weather function reduces the effect of reflection phenomena in poor visibility conditions.
Standard in the Macan Turbo. Optional for all other Macan models.
Optional PDLS Plus offers two additional functions. The dynamic main beam feature adapts the headlight range to oncoming traffic and to traffic in front.
Whenever you approach an intersection, the Intersection Assistant activates the static cornering lights on the left and right to widen the light cone. This provides better illumination in the area immediately around the vehicle, and you see what's going on around you all the sooner.
Optional for all Macan models.
Daytime running lights are standard on all models. On cars with halogen headlights, this function is implemented by the inner headlight. On cars with Bi-Xenon main headlights, the stunning light source is four LED spotlights in each headlight. The benefit is clear. If other road users can see you better, daytime driving becomes a safer experience.
The three-dimensional design of the LED taillights pays homage to the 918 Spyder super sports car and lends an impressive appearance of depth. At the same time, they are especially responsive and powerful – and that means added safety. In the event of panic braking, the LED brake lights begin to pulsate, alerting following traffic more quickly to a critical situation. The third brake light is integrated in the roof spoiler.