My Chrysler 300M had that option on it's european version. It was called a "load levelling switch" It was a thumbwheel that would lower the aim of the headlights to compensate for carrying a heavy load in the trunk. I don't believe it was infinitely adjustable, but had a few settings.Incidentally, the Aussie V has adjustable headlight height via a switch in the car.
The australian velosters have the DRL's and they are fantastic! Especially when you are driving on back country highways! When a car that is fitted with DRL's comes towards you they are much easier to see as they do not blend into the background, allowing for more confidence when overtaking! I also have a lot more confidence that oncoming traffic can see me sooner!I'm glad here in the U.S. we don't have DRL's. From what I've come to understand, extensive studies have shown no actual safety benefit of the DRL's (where they started over in Europe) so it would be nice if they pulled them from all vehicles in all countries my opinion.
Yep. There are 2 8mm bolts between the high and low beams, 1 on top and 1 straight down below it. The 1 on the bottom is the one to bring the beam up and down.I don't know if you can adjust projection low beams installed 8k hid and need to do it myself will find out tomorrow