This Sunday is the end to Daylight Savings Time, which means it’s the beginning of longer nights and more dangerous driving conditions. However, the 2014 Impala is equipped with enhanced visibility headlamps that can help you see further in the dark.
A conducted by the Federal Highway Administration examined the dangers of nighttime driving and determined that the risk of a fatal accident is doubled when driving at night.
This makes the high-intensity discharge headlamps on the new Impala a great safety feature. The ability to see further in to the dark gives drivers a chance to able the breaks sooner and protect themselves and others from harm. It’s one of the many safety options that help give the 2014 Chevrolet Impala a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score for safety as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s New Car Assessment Program.
The new look and enhanced performance headlights are just a few of the upgraded features on the 2014 Impala.
I know what you’re thinking, “Lights that bright have to blind oncoming traffic. How will that keep me safe if everyone coming in my direction has no idea where the road is due to corneal damage?” Not the case with the Chevy Impala. Chevy engineers have included a light shield designed to reduce glare for oncoming traffic.
“Safety and customer satisfaction drove design and development of Impala’s new headlamps,” said Todd Pawlik, Impala chief engineer. “We benchmarked them against the best in the industry.”
Safety, style, technology, and a MSRP that starts under $28,000, what’s not to love about the all-new 2014 Chevy Impala?
Friendly reminder to turn you clocks back this Sunday and enjoy that extra hour! Thanks Daylight Savings Time.