Car models most likely to be hacked - U.S. poll 2016

The statistic represents the results of a 2016 survey conducted in the United States regarding participants' concerns about which carmakers offer models that are most likely to be hacked. Some 27 percent of respondents have the impression that car models manufactured by FCA are more likely to be hacked than others.

Percentage of U.S. respondents who feel that models offered by the following carmakers are most likely to be hacked, as of January 2016

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Source

Release date

March 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

January 2016

Number of respondents

813 respondents

Supplementary notes

The source did not specify the age of respondents.
Vehicle Hacking Vulnerability Surveys.

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