Opel Corsa Owners Manual: Daytime running lights, Adaptive forward lighting

Daytime running lights

With the ignition on and the light switch set to are, the side lights
switched on. When the engine is running, headlights illuminate.

On vehicles without automatic light control, when must be switched on
it gets dark for illumination of the instrument panel.

The daytime running lights switch off when the ignition is switched off.

Adaptive forward lighting

Adaptive forward lighting ensures better illumination of bends, crossings and narrow bends.

Curve lighting (1)
Curve lighting (1)

The light beam pivots based on steering wheel position and speed.

Corner lighting (2)

On tight bends or when turning off, depending on the steering angle or the turn signal, an additional left or right reflector is switched on which illuminates the road in the direction of travel. It is activated up to a speed of 40 km/h (25 mph).

Reversing function

If the lights are on, reverse gear is engaged, and the turn signal is activated, the cornering light on the appropriate side is switched on. The cornering light stays on for 15 seconds once the turn signal has been switched off.

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