Even if Teslas are very technological - which involves having systems of additional security - everything that is electronic brings with it problems that could be exploited by the bad guys. To avoid problems, however, it is recommended to activate the various integrated security systems such as Pin2Drive, two-factor authentication and all the rest.
- Website: having the owner's app logins, illegally recovering them in case, can lead to a stolen car. It is recommended to use a strong password and not to give the codes to anyone.
- Key Relay: keyless opening allows you to enter without picking up the keys, but a signal strength amplifier could allow you to open it even without the driver nearby.
- Bluetooth: Leveraging phone connectivity, you can unlock your car with $100 worth of equipment.
Regardless finally, every old method - starting from stealing the keys to the clone the signal - can be used to steal a Tesla. The most practical solution, if you don't want to fit a Faraday cage in your pocket, is to be careful and avoid a distraction leading you to a stolen car. Obviously, as already mentioned, active security systems are the best move against thefts of this kind.