Ferrari trunk size comparison: LaFerrari VS F12 TDF
This Ferrari trunk size comparison is a little silly thing I’ve filmed when I was lucky enough to spend one of the most incredible days with one of the coolest prancing horse collections in the world. Basically, I decided to compare something that is not really comparable: the trunk sizes between two completely different cars that serve two completely different purposes. Hence was born the Ferrari trunk size comparison.
What did we use as a tool to measure who’s trunk was biggest? None. Well, I did use a GoPro for some reason, I guess it’s the only thing that was lying there haha. Basically, what you need to remember from this video is the following: the F12 TDF has the biggest trunk. Indeed, the limited-edition Ferrari F12 TDF (“Tour de France”) has a pretty big trunk for a sports car. With only 799 units, and as a hardcore evolution of the F12, I didn’t necessarily expect the trunk to be as big as in the F12. My guess would be weight gaining & performance would own everything. YET, the car remains incredibly functional for a day-to-day use (what that means for me is grocery shopping, really): you can put everything you want in it and even go on a trip with someone who’s a heavy packer.
The LaFerrari on the other hand is on a whole other level. It has, as one would expect, a rather small trunk. AND, it’s specifically built to fit some custom-designed luggage for the car to maximize efficiency and space. So basically, you either use the bags they give you, or you’re bound to have some space left. But only a small bag will fit in your LaFerrari. As I often say, I wouldn’t really care. The Ferrari LaFerrari was NOT built for this, and it’s a very secondary preoccupation for the buyers I believe.