Bad news, Jeep: It looks like your Twitter account has been hacked.
Good news, Jeep: If yesterday's Burger King hack taught us anything, it means you can probably expect to get tens of thousands of more Twitter followers as a result.
Based on @Jeep's most recent tweets (along with a background image that has since disappeared, and a handful of hashtags) it appears fairly clear that the group behind this particular hack is the same one that executed yesterday's BK stunt.
Update 3:10 p.m.: Looks like Jeep has retaken the controls. Meanwhile, Gizmodo thinks it knows who was behind both hacks.
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