While literally true, this Wired headline is a good example of focusing on Tesla for clicks while not reflecting the full story: Hackers Can Steal a Tesla Model S in Seconds By Cloning Its Key Fob

Facts from the article: Any manufacturers using the same third party key fob system would be vulnerable to this attack. Tesla has fixed the issue by pushing software updates over-the-air to cars and offering replacement key fobs with stronger encryption. Other manufacturers remain unpatched and suggest customers keep their key fobs in Faraday cages.