It’s a question Mercedes-AMG fans often ask themselves as they get ready to get their hands on the upcoming SLS GT4.
The Mercedes-amazing, supercharged sports car is a little over 1,400 pounds lighter than the previous model, but it’s still packed with plenty of room.
So much so, in fact, that the car has a trunk capacity of only 3,400 cubic feet, or nearly two and a half times its predecessor.
That’s a good deal, but you’ll want to double it before you hit your destination.
In addition to the 1,100-pound cargo space, the new car also has a much bigger trunk, as well as a lot more room.
You can add an additional 1,600 cubic feet of space to the car’s trunk, for a total of 4,200 cubic feet.
To make up for that, the car comes with more space for the trunk than the one you get with the current model, as you’ll be able to add an extra 2,600 square feet.
You’ll also find that the new SLS’s trunk is much better constructed than the outgoing model’s.