Lexus Will Be Using a Ton of LEDs in The NX Crossover
Sep 24, 2014 12:02
Lexus wants you to know that they are using tons of LEDs. The latest NX crossover from Lexus will use up to 90 diodes for external lights.
According to the automaker: “the NX 300h has a welcoming lighting sequence that begins as soon as you approach the car, carrying the key. As you draw near, welcome LEDs illuminate the door handles and shine down on the ground immediately below. At the same time the Remote Touch Interface touch pad will light up in the cabin (where fitted).”
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