Hyundai and Kia Take Action to Prevent Thefts with Software Update

Hyundai and Kia have rolled out a software patch that makes their cars much harder to steal, following a surge of car thefts that have been linked to a TikTok challenge.

The challenge, which has been circulating on the social media app, encourages users to steal cars. Hyundai and Kia have taken steps to combat this, releasing a software update that helps to prevent thefts.

The update, which is available for free, includes improved security features that make it harder for thieves to gain access to the vehicles. It also includes a new anti-theft system that will alert owners if someone attempts to break into their car.

The software update is part of a larger campaign by Hyundai and Kia to make their vehicles more secure. The companies are also offering a “theft resolution service” that will help owners if their car is stolen.

Hyundai and Kia have also been working with law enforcement to help track down stolen vehicles. The companies have shared information with authorities that can help them locate stolen cars and apprehend suspects.

The new software patch and other security measures are part of Hyundai and Kia’s efforts to make their vehicles more secure and to discourage people from participating in the TikTok challenge.