Built-in laser jammers.
Those seem to be actual visible wavelengths and actual lasers and non-pulsed, none of which is going to give us trouble.
I think it will be a expensive rare option.
Just bring on the night vision already. Headlights will always be limited by the need to not blind oncoming traffic, no matter how expensive the Germans can figure out how to make them.
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Would be interesting to have a *double* headlight, one for jamming, one for seeing, the ultimate in stealth.
Lets not forget that "laser" is a misnomer when applied to LIDAR, which is infrared (non visible) light.
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