Dynamic Light Assist
Dynamic Light Assist uses a masked continuous main beam to switch automatically between low and high beam, the latter turned on once 65kph has been reached. If the car detects on-coming traffic, the headlight is masked partially so that the oncoming driver is not dazzled.
2011 Volkswagen Touareg takes its headlamps beyond the basic high and low beams with Dynamic Lighting Assist. It uses the Touareg's forward-facing camera to steer the headlamps away from oncoming cars.
Formally called Bi-Xenon with Dynamic Light Assist. 2011 VW Touareg is equipped with Bi-Xenon headlamps. Both low and high beams have xenon bulbs and they're steerable to help you see around gentle corners on the road.
A camera in the front windshield (integrated into the mirror housing) watches at night for indications of an oncoming car and steers the left headlamp, right headlamp, or both headlamps, to keep most of the beam away from the oncoming car(s).