Security: New cars that can be stolen in less than 30 seconds
New exclusive What Car? research shows that some of the latest and most popular models with keyless entry can be broken into in just seconds. Here, we list the cars that can be nicked in the time...
Vehicles fitted with keyless entry and start systems are being targeted by thieves. Criminals using specialist tools can capture a key’s signal and relay it to another device next to the car, allowing them to enter and start the vehicle.
What Car? tested seven different models, all fitted with keyless entry and start technology. Our car security experts were able to break into a number of models within a matter of seconds. Let’s take a look...
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