According to Audi, its new R8 is the world’s first car to use clusters of LED lights rather than regular headlights. Continue reading for a video.

The advantage of using LEDs is the ultra-high 6,000Kelvin temperature rating, which is roughly the same color as ordinary daylight. By comparison, xenon lights only manage a 4,100K rating and the yellowish hue of halogen lamps only rates at 3,200K.

[via MotorAuthority]

According to Audi, its new R8 is the world’s first car to use clusters of LED lights rather than regular headlights. Continue reading for a video.

The advantage of using LEDs is the ultra-high 6,000Kelvin temperature rating, which is roughly the same color as ordinary daylight. By comparison, xenon lights only manage a 4,100K rating and the yellowish hue of halogen lamps only rates at 3,200K.

[via MotorAuthority]