In the LED low beam light distribution, the increase in the asymmetrical light component is similar to the previous Bi-Xenon system. The asymmetrical light component demonstrates a "kink" in its shape (see arrow). This does not represent a fault in the headlamp, however. The purpose of the increase is to identify black and white guide posts or the centre line marking more easily and sooner.
In the graphic, the symmetrical light component to the left of the vertical "zero line" (oncoming traffic) runs just below the dashed "cut-off line". This means that oncoming traffic will not be dazzled. However, a small asymmetrical increase in the light distribution can be clearly seen on the left-hand side.