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How many seats do Ferrari models have?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ferrari, Performance, Tips & Tricks on Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 at 3:51 pm
Ferrari SF90 Stradale red side view

Do Ferrari supercars have rear seats?

Ferrari supercars are interesting animals. They are truly unlike anything else on the market. This leads to many questions, especially for those who are just curious or even those looking to buy their first Ferrari model. We understand the curiosity, and one of the common questions that we are seeing out there is do Ferrari supercars have rear seats? We’ll give you the answer up front. Some do, some don’t. We’ll try to break it down by model as we look through the current lineup.

Ferrari Portofino red back top viewWhat kind of rear seating can you expect from a Ferrari?

Much of the Ferrari lineup does not include any rear seating, but a few do, and when they do it is typically in what they call a 2+2 format. This means that the car will have two doors and two rear seats that are typically not as comfort-oriented as the front seats.

In short, even in most of these models, you do not want to transport more than just the driver and the front passenger for any extended periods of time. Every Ferrari is a supercar after all. They are not designed to be people haulers but fast movers.

Learn More: See an overview of the current Ferrari lineup

Ferrari GTC4Lusso front and back seats black and redWhat Ferrari models have rear seats?

What current Ferrari models have rear seats? Currently, the two-seat options only include the Portofino and the GTC4Lusso. The Portofino is the successor to the California T and the California both of which have also enjoyed the 2+2 seating arrangement.

The GTC4Lusso, with its shooting-brake style, provides the most interior room for its rear-row passengers. With its unique name, it’s understandable if you don’t know the lineage of this model. It’s actually a little complicated, but it traces its roots from the Ferrari 412, 456, 612 Scaglietti, and the more recent FF. All are 2+2 Ferrari models.

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Ferrari Monza SP1 silver and yellow front viewFerrari models without rear seats

Through the process of elimination, this means that the current 488 and its F8 Tributo successor along with the 812 Superfast, LaFerrari, the upcoming SF90 Stradale, and the Monza all don’t have rear seats. Notice we didn’t say that they all have two seats. That’s because the Monza is actually available in two configurations. The SP2 has two seats and the SP1 seats only the driver.

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