It's been mentioned before, but it's still an important story to follow. In the years to come, it may even effect what kind of vehicle you choose to buy in the space age future. Since some of Chrysler's vehicles had issues with their electronics (primarily stereo components) recently, it's a subject that probably isn't going to go away anytime soon. The story still circulates around a bit, and it's still on some people's minds. Is it the future of electronics in new cars and trucks? Over 1.4 million Chrysler and Jeep vehicles were recalled and upgraded to comply with the possible hacking issue. Vulnerabilities that could allow someone to control the braking, steering, and other systems. At this point, reports say The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has ended one of it's nearly six month investigations into automotive radios, and any vulnerabilities they may have to unlawful hacking. This after they investigated other vehicles that use similar stereos made by Harman International. However, the other vehicles, such as VW, Audi and Bentley, have safe guards to protect those systems from would be hackers.