Best Answer Cobra348 , 07 February 2018 - 07:21 PM
I figured this out! Thanks to a local Fusion owner who was willing to stop for a bit, I know why the 2 DRL styles.
1. Standard Fusion comes with Level 1 taillight setup and the LED DRL under the headlights.
2. If Option Pkg 602A is added or (at least) Driver Assist (requires 602A), then the taillights change to Level 3 and the DRL becomes the eyebrow/hashmark as I have.
I mention **at least** with the Driver Assist because that forces the addition of 602A. Other options may do that as well but I didn't bother to check. Also, regardless of the DRL style these are both referred to as "LED signature lighting" in the features of the car.
Taillight levels: For those who don't know, a Level 1 (standard) taillight setup lights only the lamp part in the fenders. Level 3 taillights additionally light up the trunk segments (essentially full taillights).
I can rest easy now ... my curiosity is satisfied.Go to the full post