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headlamp

1. Lighting device fitted to a vehicle and used to provide illumination on the road. 2. A lamp strapped to the forehead of a surgeon or miner, enabling light to be directed where required leaving both hands free.
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The design of these directional headlamps contributes to the elegance of this concept car.
The lane departure system introduced on the new C5 is available as an option as are directional headlamps which rotate with the steering wheel, in-car MP3 player and parking sensors.
This new generation of electronicallycontrolled directional headlamps enhance the driver's visibility considerably in bends.
Options include the likes of a panoramic fixed glass sunroof, lane departure warning system, front and rear parking sensors, parking measurement sensor, directional headlamps, selflevelling pneumatic rear suspension and NaviDrive system.
Standard kit will include static directional headlamps, six airbags and a dashboard fragrance diffuser with seven aromas from a French perfumery.
GT versions get half-leather trim, tyre and parking sensors, directional headlamps, Bluetooth connectivity and larger alloys.
On the range topping GT model, Xenon directional headlamps and tyre pressure sensors are fitted as standard.
Other features on the test car included Bluetooth and a USB socket, front and rear parking sensors, parking space 'gap' measurement, xenon directional headlamps and a tyre pressure monitor.
Finally, the GT version has a half-leather interior, tyre pressure sensors, an alarm, rear parking sensors, xenon directional headlamps and washers, Bluetooth hands-free kit and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Alongside existing range technologies such as hill start assist, auto electric parking brake, Lane Departure Warning System and xenon dual-function directional headlamps, the car will be available with safety features like a blind-spot monitoring system, cornering light function, cruise control and speedlimiter with road speed memory settings.
Citroen heritage is also evident in the latest version of their directional headlamps that first lit the night in the iconic DS in the 1960s.
There is an extensive amount of standard equipment including a tyre pressure monitor, split folding rear seats which when folded provide up to 1288 litres of loadspace, directional headlamps, and leather heated sports seats.

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