Do Ferraris Have Rear Seats?
While the classic image of a Ferrari is a supercar or hypercar with two front seats that offers incredible thrills for up to two people, there are 4-passenger Ferrari vehicles out there with comfortable rear seats and generous cargo space. Some of these can double as daily drivers even as they’re capable of incredible top speeds, making them ideal for those who need a practical vehicle but crave the distinctive roar of a Prancing Horse.
Which Ferraris Have Back Seats?
- California T
- GTC4Lusso T
Passenger Capacity of Ferrari Models
- Ferrari 488 GTB Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari 488 Pista Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari 812 GTS Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari 812 Superfast Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari California Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari California T Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari F8 Spider Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari F8 Tributo Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari F12berlinetta Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari FF Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari GTC4Lusso Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari Monza SP1 Seating Capacity: 1
- Ferrari Monza SP2 Seating Capacity: 2
- Ferrari Portofino Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari Roma Seating Capacity: 4
- Ferrari SF90 Stradale Seating Capacity: 2
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With the upcoming Purosangue SUV, it’s possible that we could see more 4-passenger Ferrari vehicles in the future — but you can rest assured that any Prancing Horse will have track-dominating capabilities.
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