From the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the United States has released several lists of sports cars that are most targeted by thieves. A total of 10 sports cars that are most targeted by thieves, one of which is the Chevrolet Camaro sports car with the highest number of sports car theft cases with the number of thefts reaching 1,509 theft reports.
Then the sports car that was most targeted by the next thief was the Ford Mustang car with a total of 782 thefts reported by the car owners. Meanwhile, the sports cars most targeted by thieves are the Porsche Panamera, Chevy Corvette, BMW 6 Series and Porsche 911.
About 12 percent of mid-range sporty vehicles and 15 percent of sporty vehicles that have been stolen are reported not to be recovered, even more than 30 percent of premium sporty cars that have been stolen have never been seen again and will not return to the hands of their original owners.
Some of the areas that are subscribed to by thieves include Atlanta, LA, New York, Detroit and Miami. Meanwhile, from several big cities, the majority of cars that have been stolen are reportedly never returned to their owners because the thieves in these areas are big-time thieves and traces of the theft are rarely revealed.
Here are some lists of sports cars that are most targeted by thieves:
- Chevrolet Camaro (1,509 theft cases)
- Ford Mustang (980 cases of theft)
- Dodge Challenger (782 theft cases)
- Prosche Panamera (103 cases of theft)
- Audi A5/S5 (101 theft cases)
- Chevrolet Corvette (69 cases of theft)
- Nissan 370Z (47 cases of theft)
- BMW 6 Series (45 cases of theft)
- Porsche 911 (24 cases of theft)
- Volkswagen Eos (23 cases of theft)
And here are some of the areas most prone to sports car theft:
- California 764 cases of sports car theft
- Florida 443 sports car theft cases
- Texas 381 sports car theft case
- Georgia 257 sports car theft cases
- Michigan 187 sports car theft cases
Those are some cases of sports car theft that are most targeted by thieves, which we can summarize from the data we have described above.