No idea. Couldn't get past the "! HACKED" in orange pixel/digital font..
However, I think anything with a wireless interface and control over a mechanical object is a potential for disaster. 15 years ago, it was garage door openers getting hacked. After that, it was key-fobs. Now it's pacemakers and cars. The biggest problem is that people fail to realize/acknowledge that they are driving in a 4000 lb object at 80+ miles an hour while being propelled by explosions under the hood (or trunk), and that computers (from PCMs to OnStar) are now becoming critical components in the process of controlling everything that happens in a car. Driving a vehicle is probably when we put ourselves most at risk of serious physical injury. And we do it every day. Now we're adding lane-departure correction and adaptive cruise control into cars. I could probably "hack" that and get someone killed just by spray painting some white lines on the road.