Because according to a study released by the weekly car magazine Auto Plus, it's a much humbler vehicle that tops the list of France's most-stolen cars; the Renault Twingo I.
Renault Twingo I (from Wikipedia, author Rudolf Stricker)
"A popular car that can be found everywhere and is easy to break in to," is how the magazine describes the car, which finds itself at the top of the list for the third consecutive year; a list which was compiled based on data supplied by car insurance companies and banks.
Second spot goes to another small car, the Smart Fortwo, which, according to Sandrine Darré who conducted the study, "Is also easy to break in to and whose parts could easily be sold for a high price on the black market."
Rounding off the podium is another Renault in the shape of in the shape of the Mégane 2.
It's perhaps not so surprising to find the French car manufacturer so well represented given the fact that it also places well among the country's top-selling cars with several different models.
The highest-placed top-of-the-range car was the Porsche Cayenne, just missing the "podium" in fourth but which Dorré says attracts another kind of thief (obviously) and for quite different reasons.
"The Cayenne is much more likely to be stolen by an organised crime network," she said.
"For example if there's an 'order' from abroad. But it's also used much more in committing other crimes such as robberies and that's why it's ranks so high in the poll."
Of course the figures are not purely based on the numbers of cars stolen.
If that were the case then the Cayenne would probably not figure on the list as it sales are far lower than other more popular cars.
Let's face it, how many people can afford (to buy) one?
Instead the ranking is calculated individually for each model on a ratio of cars stolen for 100,000 insured; 245 for the Twingo and 169 for the SmartFortwo.
There's also some good news in the study.
The number of cars stolen in France was at a 30-year low in last year at 121, 521 or 332 a day.
But Dorré warns the trend could be reversed in the coming years as "electronic theft" whereby thieves can use equipment to counter inbuilt security measures such as the immobiliser, become more widespread.
Palmarès des voitures les plus volées en 2010
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