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Actually no. Your sport has automatic high beams that turn off when eyesight sees an oncoming car. This is LED array headlights. Basically there are several individual LEDs that each illuminate specific parts of what is in front of you. It uses the eyesight cameras to know where cars are and turn off the LEDs that shine on that specific spot. In essence, this allows it to have the high beams on all the time.
May be something like Volvo’s active Bending Headlights

The present eyesight is pretty good.
 

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The present eyesight is pretty good.
Maybe not quite Nissan good, but I've been generally happy with it. A couple of years ago I had a higher trim Altima with Nissan's version of Eyesight as a rental. Had a severe blood sugar spike somewhere on I-70 in Indiana which caused me to black out. I never lost control of the car during the time that I don't remember.

Fortunately my health issues are now under control, but that incident sold me on the value of modern driver assistance systems. I just wasn't about to roll the dice on an infamous Nissan CVT.
 
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