Acura Tops the Headlight Game With Jewel Eye Illumination

Jewel Eye Illumination.

Wondering what in the world THAT is?

If you’re an Acura enthusiast, you probably already know that Jewel Eye Illumination is the low, wide headlight styling that comes standard on your favorite models.

And there’s no denying it looks fabulous.

But it’s not just for looks.

This new headlight style is also a lot safer, too.

Check out these fast facts.

  • The LED technology mimics natural sunlight. This means that, when driving at night, colors will look more vivid.

  • The LED lights also reduce eye fatigue when you’re on the road after dark.

  • The bulbs work together with special lenses that illuminate better than HID or Halogen lights.

  • The five lights provide precisely-aimed beams of light that cover a longer and wider surface area, letting you view the road ahead more clearly than ever before.

  • The high-beams switch on much more quickly – 200 milliseconds, to be exact. When you’re traveling at 60 miles per hour, that gives you a full 17 additional feet of stopping distance

  • The linear design is eye-catching enough that they’ll turn heads even during the daylight hours when they’re not in use.

  • The LED lights are brighter than traditional headlights, yet they use less power AND can go longer without needing to be replaced.

  • When you’re not using the high beams, the three outer lights are illuminated which provides plenty of light for you without distracting oncoming traffic.

  • The Jewel Eye headlights also help with daytime safety, too, when they serve as running lights.

  • These headlights are available on every Acura model.

Stay safe, look great

Acura cares about your image. They want you to look great as you cruise around.

But Acura has a lot more than just looks in mind. Your safety is always the top priority. 

It’s time to check out the Jewel Eye look for yourself.

Make a trip to Serra Acura and take a spin in a new model. But be warned – you may get hooked!

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