The definition of “Exotic” car often poses confusion, especially for those of us deeply involved in the world of classic cars. To each individual owner, they may consider their cars to be exotic. However, the general definition of exotic that we like to follow is a car that is truly unique. Exotic cars are often one-of-a-kind, or at least one of a very few models. Exotic cars frequently share the label of “Supercar”, and they are often noticeably different or unusual.
It’s true that Exotic cars often sport higher price tags than many other types of classics, but often for good reason. Exotic cars may have unique parts that require specific or custom tools, they are frequently custom made to the owner’s specifications, and many are made in recognition of special events, anniversary celebrations of major manufacturers, etc.
Italian sports cars have a certain flair and have specific exotic sports car insurance needs. Protect your 2002 575M Maranello or 1966 365 California with the ultimate Ferrari insurance coverage.
Lamborghini has been captivating exotic car enthusiasts with its unique styling and high performance since the 1960s. If you have one of these powerful luxury sports cars, make sure you have our Lamborghini insurance to fully protect your 1974 Countach or 1990 Diablo.
The German automaker Porsche is known for its high-performance luxury sports cars. If you have an iconic Porsche 911 or a newer Cayman, you can secure the full value of your investment with our Porsche insurance.
If you are the proud owner of an Exotic car or a Supercar, you’ve found a friend at Classic Auto Insurance Company. We have policies that are as highly customized and unique as your car, and we will never settle for offering you a policy that is less than what your car deserves. Give us a call today for more information on our exotic car insurance policies, and ask us about our agreed valuation and roadside assistance additions!