>> Tesla's autopilot facing even more scrutiny. Reuters has learned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is demanding details on the design, operation and testing of the semi-autonomous technology unveiled by CEO Elon Musk in October. The questions coming after the company recently disclosed the death of 40 year old Joshua Brown after his Model S cruising on autopilot crashed.
And Tuesday news of a third crash of a Tesla on autopilot, this one causing no fatalities, but ratcheting up the pressure on the company. Reuters Tech correspondent Alexandria Sage.>> Tesla's strategy has been to remind drivers and remind the public that this is a beta, or test technology and that drivers basically opt into using it when they started on their cars.
>> It was only after that finally more than months afterwards that Tesla disclosed that this autopilot fatality in Florida.>> Tesla tells Reuters it has not heard from the SEC.