I always seem to notice the automobile safety picks when they come out even if I’m not even close to buying a car. http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/TSP-List The + designation and consideration of the headlights looks good. Thinking backwards through age, I recall my youthful days when GM was dominant, Subarus considered a novelty or joke and who heard of Korean cars then??? Now it’s interesting to see Koreans in the elite. I know Subaru’s been there for a while. I was pleased to see the Chevy Volt there knowing it’s an affordable first new car some young people I know have. I was curious to see about the all LED and no fog light cars. My mother’s Acura has that but the lights are not rated in the test for her model. I remember reading that care makers are going away from fog lights because of the way they can aim and tune lighting with LEDs. My biggest hope for safety is that we’ll see affordable autonomous driving features soon. Not just the basic stuff like EyeSight but fully autonomous driving for rather average cars.