By Anjali Sharma | 05.09.2018 08:42PM IST A couple of months ago, when I was writing about LED headlighting and the future of automotive lighting, I shared the story of a motorcycle headlamp that was sold for $2,400 by a dealer.

It was not a first for me to write about a motorcycle helmet.

And then in June, I was surprised to learn that Honda was selling a similar LED headlight that was priced at $1,600 by a dealership in China.

What made this story even more interesting was that Honda is a global brand.

The company is based in China and India, and in both cases, its products are sold in the U.S. and other countries.

But what sets Honda apart from its competitors is the way it markets its products to consumers around the world.

I wrote about this earlier this year, and Honda has since made some significant changes to its products, including the introduction of LED headlights and LED head lamps.

Honda’s new headlight technology is being used in the Honda Fit and Honda Fit Plus.

The company also plans to introduce new headluminous headlamping models, including a new version of its LED head light.

This new head lighting technology, which uses a thin layer of light-absorbing materials on a motorcycle’s body, allows the motorcycle to illuminate itself using a thin LED beam.

If you’ve seen a Honda Fit or a Honda Pro, you may have seen these headlights.

They are not the same as the LED headlights that Honda introduced with the Fit and Pro in 2016, which are used in its more expensive Honda FitX, and the FitX Plus.

In the new technology, the light-reflecting material that was used on the Fit was replaced with an opaque, tinted glass that was more reflective and also has an LED light.

The LED light was positioned in the middle of the motorcycle, just like the one on the Honda Pilot, which is one of the most popular motorcycle headlights in the world, according to Honda.

For the first time, a motorcycle is being marketed with a new type of headlight.

As of today, Honda is offering the new LED head lights to all its existing and new motorcycles in the United States and Canada, as well as the next generation of its Fit motorcycles.

However, it is the new headlighting that is going to make the most difference for the Honda Pro.

The new LED headlights will be a key part of the new Pro model, which will launch later this year.

While the Honda Lightweight is a light-weight motorcycle headlighting system that offers a brighter and more efficient light-emitting diode, the new Honda Pro headlight has a longer beam length, which makes it more efficient for motorcycle riders who prefer a longer light-range and higher-power headlights.

According to Honda, the LED head lamp is one more option for the Pro riders.

How Honda plans to make its new LED light more efficient and lighterThe Honda Pro is one model that is being offered with the new light-sensitive LED headlit headlight and a longer headlens, which make it easier for riders to adjust the brightness and the amount of light that is emitted from the motorcycle.

Unlike the Honda Focus or Honda Fit, the Pro has a built-in headlight sensor, which allows the driver to adjust its light output and the light output range of the headlights individually.

The sensor also helps the driver know when the headlights are on and off.

Because the sensors are located on the back of the bike, the driver can use the headlight as a way to adjust both the brightness of the light emitted from each of the headlights, as compared to a conventional motorcycle head-light, as a driver can adjust the lights brightness by moving their head.

Additionally, Honda’s new light sensor has a “digital-to-analog converter” that allows the sensor to detect a headlight with an on/off switch.

This means that a driver who is not wearing an eyeglass or hearing protection can adjust a headlight by moving the head and adjusting the intensity of the LED light output.

On top of this, the sensor also has a USB port for charging and connecting to the car’s battery.

Honda says that its sensors and electronics will provide drivers with up to 10 hours of light output in one charge, which means that the driver could have up to 1,500 hours of runtime on the Pro.

A driver can also adjust the headlights’ brightness by swiping the head-lens switch on the head lamp, and using the headlights’ LED lights to adjust brightness.

The new headlights are also equipped with LED headlights, which offer a greater range of brightness and can be configured to either be