In the not too distant future, having your car hijacked at a robot probably won’t happen. Instead, criminals will remotely take over your vehicle and drive you to them.
As more systems in cars become connected to the internet, car manufacturers have admitted that they are becoming prone to being hacked. If a criminal has the car’s vehicle identification number (VIN), is up to date with the vehicle’s technology and is determined enough, your car can be remotely hacked and its systems taken over.
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Source Credits: Angelique Serrao in IOL Motoring. The above photo is of Aero 8 and is for illustrative purpose.