Because they're about to go digital. Car jacking like you've never seen it before.
A couple of IT professionals (who are also friends) in the US have taken their talents to (and are having fun) at Chrysler's expense. Watch the video below to see how they wirelessly hi-jack a 2014 Jeep. Suffice to say as more vehicles become connected with mobile technologies the need for security is becoming paramount. Anything less can be extremely tragic and catastrophic.
Although who wouldn't want to be James Bond and drive from their phone?
Like any tool, it matters how you secure and use it. Think of a knife in a kitchen - same problems can occur. To connect or not connect, that is the question.