The number of supercars seized in London for being uninsured has increased by more than half, according to new figures.
The highly expensive vehicles are often paraded through the capital’s streets between June and August, known as “supercar season”, attracting crowds of car fans.
Some of the vehicles are imported from the Middle East, as their rich owners seek to escape soaring summer temperatures that can top 50c.
However, despite the wealth of their owners, many of these cars are uninsured. The Metropolitan Police has impounded more and more vehicles for lacking this crucial cover, according to a Freedom of Information request submitted by Telegraph Money.
So far this year the London police…