Our passion and dedication is instilled in everything we do: we strive to break new ground by establishing the first Dutch Sports Car Fund and will only select classic and modern sportcars of the absolute highest standard based on the most stringent criteria such as rarity, originality, condition and history. It is our pleasure to introduce you to Passion Investors.



Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index (KFLII), which tracks the performance of 10 investments of passion, is quarterly publishing a full report. Download the latest report (5 June 2018) by clicking on one of the images below.

Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index Q12018


Independent investment researchers HAGI are publishing monthly data to measure and track values of the rare and collectable car market. This is currently reflected in one overall and four specialized (marque) indices, each using a rigorous financial methodology usually associated with more traditional investments.

HAGI MID YEAR 2018 results

In June the HAGI Top Index lost 0.14% or 0.49 points. This implies that prices for rare classic cars hardly changed in June. All other HAGI indices traded within a narrow range of under 2% compared with May and indeed for the first half of 2018.
After its strong monthly gain of 10.94% in May the HAGI Mercedes-Benz Classic Index (MBCI) lost 1.77% in June. Only indices that slightly increased were HAGI P (Classic Porsche) with 1.32% and HAGI Top (ex P&F) with 0.68%  Year to date the first half year of 2018 ended most favourable for HAGI F (Classic Ferrari) with an increase of 1.37%
Comparing this with other asset classes these numbers are quite similar. Looking at other tangible assets we noticed that the fine wine market gained just under 1.3% during the first half of 2018 in GBP terms (source: Liv-Ex).Global equities were down less than 2% in USD terms and up less than 1% in GBP (source: MSCI World Indices).