will update all its models by April 2017 to make them compliant with the upcoming rules. The new rules are expected to make features like Automatic Headlamp On and ABS compulsory on all two-wheelers. The manufacturer is working towards making its entire range comply with the rules by April 2017.
The first electric headlamp light source was the , operating in a or inert-gas atmosphere inside the headlamp or sealed beam. Compared to newer-technology light sources, tungsten filaments give off small amounts of light relative to the power they consume. Also, during normal operation of such lamps, tungsten boils off the surface of the filament and condenses on the bulb glass, blackening it. This reduces the light output of the filament and blocks some of the light that would pass through an unblackened bulb glass, though blackening was less of a problem in sealed beam units; their large interior surface area minimised the thickness of the tungsten accumulation. For these reasons, plain tungsten filaments are all but obsolete in automotive headlamp service.
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Driver airbag is offered as standard in all grades as passenger airbag, ABS and EBD functions are optional from base trims (they are standard in the top ZDi and ZDi+ grades). It comes equipped with first-in-class dual-tone colour scheme, SmartPlay infotainment system with in-built MapCare navigation and Apple CarPlay, reverse parking camera, engine start/stop button, electrically-foldable ORVMs with turn indicators, cruise control, 60:40 split rear seat and auto headlamps among others.
The of factory installed automotive HID headlamps is between 4100K and 5000K while tungsten-halogen lamps are at 3000K to 3550K. The (SPD) of an automotive HID headlamp is discontinuous and spikey while the SPD of a filament lamp, like that of the sun, is a continuous curve. Moreover, the (CRI) of tungsten-halogen headlamps (98) is much closer than that of HID headlamps (~75) to standardised sunlight (100). Studies have shown no significant safety effect of this degree of CRI variation in headlighting.