Girl Tries to Use Ferrari Engine Bay as Luggage Compartment, Burns Her Purse

Girl burns her purse on Ferrari exhaust 4 photos
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Pagani Zonda luggage compartmentPagani Huayra luggage compartmentMcLaren F1 luggage compartment
Mid-engined and front-engined Ferraris as are different as astronomy and astrology (not necessarily in this order), but what happens when somebody just can't be bothered about the particularities of each one?
Well, you should know your Prancing Horses, or you may end up like the girl in the video below. The footage shows her interacting with and F430 and trying to use the engine bay as a luggage compartment, placing her purse right on top of the exhaust.

Of course, the clip looks staged, but the point stands - know your Ferraris. In fact, you should know all of your supercars and hypercars and that's because there's more than one of them that features a mid-engined configuration and yet demands you to place your luggage quite close to the powerplant.

We are obviously referring to hypercars such as the McLaren F1, as well as to Pagani's Zonda. In case this seems a bit kinky, you shouldn't be worried, the engineers haven't dropped the idea. For instance, the Pagani Huayra still offers this. You can see all the examples in the gallery below.

Optimists like to believe the age when people thought it was funny to state that hypercar owners travel with their credit card as luggage has passed. Still, Ferrari may still think that way, since the LaFerrari can only swallow 1.4 cubic feet (40 liters) of your stuff.

In case you were wondering about the LaFerrari's usual partners, you should know the McLaren P1 can swallow 4.2 cubic feet (120 liters) of your stuff, while the Porsche 918 Spyder 3.8 cubic feet (108 liters). It's just that the Mac must also have its charger stowed in its boot. Oh and when you take the roof off the Porsche, the boot capacity value basically drops to zero, something that alos happens in the case of the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, for instance. Oh dear...

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