... und schon mal als ein Beispiel :
Put It in the 'Frunk'
You can never have too much storage.
... Frunk is a popular portmanteau of front and trunk referring to cars that have their storage spaces in the front rather than in the rear, as is more typical. It should be noted that our definition of trunk does not require it be located in the back in the first place.
There's always room for another portmanteau.
The term frunk has emerged in automotive circles as a term for an enclosed storage compartment located near the front of the vehicle. Such compartments are meant to be analogous to a trunk, which is traditionally located in the car's rear. Frunk, naturally, is a portmanteau of trunk and front.
All Teslas, for example, have frunks. This means that while a Porsche 911 frunk might be useful for toting around a small piece of luggage, a Tesla Model S can offer SUV-like cargo capacity.
— Matthew DeBord, Business Insider, 12 June 2020
Ford has publicized that the frunk, or front trunk, of its all-new EV, the Mach-E, is built to be used as a cooler. It has a drainage hole at the bottom and a plastic liner, and with 4.8 cubic feet—or 36 gallons—of storage, it’s big enough to hold a carry-on-size suitcase or 1000 chicken wings, according to the manufacturer.
— Colin Beresford, Car and Driver, 3 Feb. 2020 ...