Few drivers likely now what an "electrochromic mirror" is, but they surely heard of auto-dimming mirrors. The latter mirrors are prominently mentioned as features on several new models. Here's some news, an electrochromic mirror and an auto-dimming one are the same things. Regardless of the name, the mirror provides a nice assist to a driver.

Auto-dimming lights battle a common problem drivers face when they go out on the road at night. The headlights from a car behind the vehicle cause a glare in the rearview mirror. The driver now must deal with a temporary blind spot. Advanced technology helps address the issue.

Auto-dimming lights actually darken the mirror's glass. This way, the glare from the lights won't be as pronounced. An ambient light sensor performs the necessary dimming task.

If you want to see how auto-dimming mirrors work, go on a test drive in Aiea. The staff at CUTTER MITSUBISHI-AIEA can help you see how many features work on a drive.

 

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