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Had a look into it and the following may be correct:
Each unit has 1 x xenon and 1 x halogen bulb. To flash, the halogen bulb is used, when on main beam, the halogen bulb backs up the xenon (which remains dipped).
Each unit has 1 x xenon and 1 x halogen bulb. To flash, the halogen bulb is used, when on main beam, the xenon bulb lifts up (using a reflector or movement of the bulb etc.). I guess it depends on the car whether or not the halogen bulb backs this up too.
I didn't realise that it seems the Laguna II Initiale (phase 2, at least) has bi-xenon headlights? I assumed all xenons had movement of the xenon light upwards when used on main beam. Parkers describe them as "double distance"?
Currently in pghstochaj's garage:
Laguna Coupe 2009 GT DCI 180