The BBC Has revealed that remote locking software for Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models from 2013 may be vulnerable to hack attack.
Land Rover is recalling more than 65,000 cars to fix a software bug that can unlock the vehicles’ doors.
Drivers would get no dashboard warning that the doors of their car had been unlocked, the firm said.
The glitch affects Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles sold between 2013 and now.
Experts said problems with keyless ignition and locking systems on some luxury cars had made them favourites with car thieves.
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This article was written by Rupert Astbury.