This sporty Infiniti was one of the few luxury coupes to make the 2010 most stolen list. With luxury car manufacturers touting the advanced anti-theft systems of their cars, it seems that cars like the Infiniti, which has a state-of-the-art vehicle immobilizer system, wouldn't be as vulnerable. The Infiniti's anti-theft system involves a transponder chip inside the electronic key that won't allow the engine to start if the right key isn't in the ignition [source: Infiniti]. But seasoned thieves have ways of getting around even the most advanced anti-theft systems. They often go as far as casing a house or a dealership, and breaking in and stealing the keys from the owners [source: Statistics Canada]. For every 1,000 insured Infiniti G37s, 7.1 were stolen in 2010 [source: Highway Loss Data Institute].