Well, some of it does.
You may remember the Tucker Torpedo – which among other things featured a swiveling headlight that turned with the steering wheel; the idea was for the headlight beam to turn with the curves rather than point straight ahead.
The Tucker is gone – but the idea lives on.
Subaru offers a similar feature; here’s a redneck demo to show you how it works!
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My gal’s ’05 Toyota Celsior (Lexus LS 430) has this turning headlight feature–they call it AFS, short for Adaptive Front-lighting System. Not really noticeable until you’re driving on twisty roads away from streetlights. I think it pivots up and down too-at least it seems to when driving up an inclined driveway.