i would say unlikely. at least from my vantage point in the automotive space.Then you fly an airliner into the ground and it's not cool anymore. Eventually there will be enough high-profile incidents that companies will start to take code quality seriously again
the prevalence of OTA updates and cost of rapid development conitnuing to go down... the boeing example is interesting, but i think proves that you cant let companies self certify, no matter how large they are. i doubt it does anything, or much, to boeings development process other than changing how the certification and sign off gets done. i wouldnt expect them to slow or pull forward any of their s/w development.