There is one luxury car for every 13 residents in Luxembourg.

Luxembourg has the highest density of luxury cars, according to, an insurance comparison platform, which reported on the subject in December 2021.

One luxury vehicle per 13 inhabitants to be precise, according to the study. This places Luxembourg ahead of Belgium and Germany, which counts one luxury car per 31 and 32 inhabitants, respectively. France ranks much lower, with 'only' one luxury car per 110 inhabitants.

Luxembourg sold 48,584 luxury cars between 2017 and 2020.

The study was based on sales data from the Best Selling Cars Blog in 59 countries, between 2017 to 2020. Luxury cars were based on the average cost of three vehicles: the BMW X7, the Porsche 911 Turbo S and the Tesla Model S.

Here are the top 10 countries with how many inhabitants share one luxury car:

1. Luxemburg (13)
2. Belgium (31)
3. Germany (32)
4. Switzerland (34)
5. Norway (36)
6. Australia (37)
7. United Kingdom (40)
8. Austria (47)
9. Sweden (48)
10. Canada (53)

The site also looked at the countries where it is most affordable to purchase a luxury vehicle. Australia comes out top, followed by Denmark and Switzerland. Assuming no other expenditure, it would take an inhabitant of Australia 2.5 years of annual salary to buy a luxury vehicle. In Luxembourg it would take 3.2 years.

On the other hand, it is most expensive to buy a luxury car for inhabitants of Vietnam, Thailand and Colombia; The annual salary in these countries is below 1% of the price of a luxury car.