Luggage space is understandably low on most supercar buyers’ list of priorities, but if their looking to use the car for anything other than a short jaunt around town or a track day, it has to be able to hold a duffle bag or two. The Ferrari Testarossa is a bit of anomaly in this regard, capable of holding much more than just the weekend luggage of its two passengers.
Harry Metcalfe, formerly of Evo Magazine, recently highlighted the Testarossa’s trunk space in a video for his ‘Harry’s Garage’ YouTube channel. He takes his Testarossa on a 2,000 mile road trip from the UK to France and back, bringing along his two folding Brompton bicycles and picking up an outboard boat motor and 14 bottles of champagne along the way.
In addition to having a large trunk, or ‘boot’, as Harry would put it, the Testarossa also has a considerable amount of storage space behind its two front seats. It also rides high enough for it to be put on the standard Eurotunnel train car and is comfortable enough to work as a good grand touring car. All this on top of stylish 1980’s looks, a wonderful sounding boxer V12 and a gated five-speed manual transmission.
Don’t let us tell you how good the Testarossa is, though, let the longtime owner himself tell you during his roadtrip to France in the video above.