Three quarters of cars stolen in France ‘electronically hacked’

Three quarters of cars stolen in France are targeted using electronic hacking, it was claimed on Thursday, prompting calls for urgent security improvements in a range of vehicles sold across Europe.

The Smart Fortwo model was France’s most-stolen car due its extreme vulnerability to attack, with the Ford Fiesta and Peugeot 406 models also popular among thieves who it is feared could use the same hacking methods in Britain.


 

The French should develop the self-burning car.

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