A small demonstration of the OLED lights implemented in the M4 Iconic Lights Concept has been made recently by BMW at the 2015 CES, in Las Vegas.
Do you remember the BMW M4 Iconic Lights Concept shown at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show? Well, if so, you will be glad to find out that the car manufacturer has managed to put on quite a show for the audience at the event in which the OLED lights implemented into the one-off model have been highlighted, so if you are curious to see what they can do, check them out in the clip posted below.
BMW has already won the race with Audi for delivering the first production vehicle equipped with laser headlights and they are now stepping further ahead into the technology, with an evolution of it, which is basically what has been fitted to the M4 Iconic Lights Concept. These can offer a range of almost 600 meters and they are benefiting from the anti dazzle High Beam Assistant, which will prevent blinding to cars in front.
The one-off BMW M4 Iconic Lights has been finished in the Cool White metallic paint and it has also received the OLED taillights, which are almost as impressive as the headlamps, considering the fact that they are creating light from water thin semiconducting layers of organic material. The tech has been also used on the rear turn signals and the OLED elements are just 1.4mm thick. The first BMW model to get this technology will probably be an M and it should be introduced next year.