BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights shown at CES image

BMW is present these days at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where it has officially pulled the wraps off the M4 Concept Iconic Lights, with laser headlights and organic light OLED technology.

In case you were wondering what’s new from the 2015 CES, we definitely have to mention the BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights. The model in question is getting a new generation o high-beam laser lighting which is capable of proving a very impressive 600 meter high beam, while working together with the anti dazzle system which has been developed to prevent blinding to cars in front.

BMW says that the systems and sensors found on the new one-off vehicle can work together in order to implement new intelligent lighting functions and they can work together with the navigation system in order to illuminate corners in advance, while the Dynamic Light Spot, which is laser based, can warn drivers from up to 100 meters of people or animals at night times.

The new BMW M4 Concept Iconic Lights has been finished in a Cool White metallic paint and it is getting the OLED taillights which are almost as impressive as the laser headlights because these are producing light from water thin semiconducting layers of organic material. This technology is also used on rear turn signals. The OLED elements are just 1.4 mm thick and according to a recent report, the first BMW model to get this technology onto it will be an M and this might happen probably next year.