Range Rover: Adaptive front lighting system (AFS) - Exterior lights - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Adaptive front lighting system (AFS)

When cornering using low beam, AFS will adjust the headlamp beams to provide improved illumination in the direction of travel.

AFS is deactivated when:-

  • • Reverse gear is selected.
  • • The vehicle is stationary.
  • • Daylight running lamps are on.

If a system fault is detected the headlamps will attempt to move to the central position, and remain stationary. The AFS warning lamp will illuminate to indicate that a fault is present.

illuminates, contact your Land Rover Retailer/ Authorized Repairer as soon as possible.If the warning lamp illuminates, contact your Land Rover Retailer/ Authorized Repairer as soon as possible.

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