Most Stolen Cars: The 10 models most often targeted by thieves in the UK - from Ford Focus to Land Rover Sport
Latest figures show which cars are most likely to disappear from driveways.
Leasing comparison website LeaseLoco. analysed the figures to come up with the rankings - with one model stolen on average every 88 minutes.
In total, 64,087 stolen cars were reported by the police to the DVLA in 2023 compares to 61,106 in 2022 - an increase of almost 5 per cent.
That equates to 176 cars stolen every day, or one car stolen every eight minutes and 12 seconds somewhere in the UK last year.
When it came to electrical vehicles, the Kia Niro was the most stolen electric car last year, with 177 recorded thefts, followed by the Hyundai Ioniq with 139 pinched.
There were also 43 Ferraris, 51 Porsche 911s, 14 Lamborghinis and 29 Teslas stolen last year.
But here are the leaders when it comes to car thefts.