It's a crap solution though. Keeping low beams on with highs, such as the Challenger does, results in overlighting the foreground while the highs are not necessarily able to fill the low beam voids properly, nor are they capable of increasing intensity further out to compensate for the overlit foreground.
It's like people who drive around with their fog lights on and proclaim that they can see better. They can't.
Most newer vehicles are using a bi-halogen, bi-xenon or bi-led projector simply because by opening up the light blocked by the low beam shield the relative intensities change and you can actually see better. In many cases this is so effective that a separate high beam pocket is no longer necessary. The MQ is just one example of this although the limitation to 2000 lumen light sources (to save the cost of levelling and washers) means that they're not the brightest of lights.
If work is so terrific, why do they have to pay us to do it?