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We've long known that "hackable cars" are the future.
Last year, in a Jeep Cherokee's Uconnect system, researchers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller took control of everything from the radio to the windshield wipers to the engine and brakes while the car was in motion.
And hackers have already proven that they can cut the engine or breaks of your car while it's in motion before taking control of the wheel.
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