Recently took the family on a trip to the beach for 2 days. Wanted to take the wife’s Accord as it was a business trip for her, and it is more comfortable & fuel efficient than my Nissan Armada. We took clothes for 2 days for 4 people (mostly shorts swim suits & t-shirts, so not much), a sun umbrella for the beach, cooler (12x12x24 tall), 2 small beach chairs, towels, snacks, collapsible soft-sided wagon, and 2 boogie boards. Ended up not being able to fit everything & still be comfortable, so we ended up moving everything to the Armada. (without the boys boogie boards, we probably would have been just fine) This got me thinking about having only the Accord and Model 3 as vehicles once I get the 3. How effective do you think the 3 will be as a 2-day family trip car? I know the 3 will have the “frunk” for additional space, but how big do you think the frunk and trunk space will be? I’m not talking about the trunk opening – see attached pic of the Accord trunk opening. I don’t think it’d radically bigger than the pics I’ve seen of the Model 3 opening. What you don’t see in the pic is the cooler (in center of back seat) and my wife’s carry on bag (sitting in the driveway). Our youngest has 6-7 travel lacrosse tournaments per year (Charleston SC, VA Beach, Richmond VA, Charlotte NC), and if the charging network gets built out sufficiently, I’d like to take the 3, but am concerned about space for everything. For those, subtract the umbrella, beach chairs, towels and boogie boards, but add a collapsible 10x10 canopy, gear bag, and 2 42-inch long lacrosse sticks. Not thinking I’ll be able to fit the canopy, but several other families bring theirs so may be ok. Is the Model 3 a viable option for those trips?