Dynamic cornering light
With this form of cornering lighting, the beam of a headlight is shifted towards the inside of the bend when driving around. This shift is achieved either by mechanically adjusting the headlight optics, i.e. the light source or the reflector, or, in the case of modern LED headlights, by selectively switching on and off several LEDs mounted next to each other in a so-called LED matrix.
A special form of dynamic cornering lighting is the adaptive cornering light, which was specially developed for motorbikes.