AutoComplete for July 12, 2016: Your small crossover headlights are probably terribleThe IIHS tests small SUV headlights, and no one's a winner. Plus, Lyft expands its GM rental program and Tesla comes under SEC scrutiny.
Hey, welcome to Roadshow's Auto Complete. I'm Emme Hall, today is July 12th, 2016, and here's what's making news. You may not give much thought to your headlights, but that could change. The insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested 21 small crossovers, and none of their headlights earned the company's good rating. In fact, only four were deemed acceptable. Their test measured low beam glare, overall light coverage, and whether or not vehicles come with automatic high beam assist. Lyft Express Drive program is so popular, it's expanding to two new locations by the end of the year. Soon, both Los Angeles and San Fransisco residence will be eligible for special rates in General Motors Rental vehicles. Rental cost bower as you pick up more riders, and the program is a great way to get drivers interested in Lyft if they don't own the vehicle that meets the company's qualification. Bad news for Tesla as the US Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the company after the automaker failed to notify investors about a fatality in one of its vehicles where the semi-autonomous autopilot system was running. Investigators were only notified after the company's 2 billion stock sales There's no precedent for this, so whatever happens will have ramifications beyond this specific instance. If the Nissan GT-R were a Pokemon it would be Mewtwo and you would need to walk into the middle of a war zone to capture one. I'm not really sure where this metaphor is going, but we drove the new GT-R at the Circuit [UNKNOWN]. How's that for French accents and we can't wait to tell you all about it. All that and more at theroadshow.com. We'll talk to you tomorrow. [BLANK_AUDIO]