“Connected Car Report 2020: The Models Most Open To Hacks,” finds all of Car and Driver’s top 10 best-selling cars for 2020 clearly have features that allow wireless connectivity with safety critical systems and no known way to disconnect those systems. This leaves the vehicles vulnerable to an unprecedented, large-scale hack. To prepare the report, Consumer Watchdog reviewed technical specifications and surveyed dozens of sales departments and service technicians at major car manufacturers. The group demonstrated a hack of a Tesla and found Tesla was the “The Most Hackable Car.”
Read the report here.