I did a dry run packing of the car today.
In the picture, left to right. Camping and hiking gear (lumbar pack, hiking shoes, food, tent, stove and fuel, sleeping bag, sleeping pad), track gear (Camp chair, helmets, tools, driving suit, tarp), clothing (nine days of clothes, hoodie, windbreaker, rain jacket, shoes), and electronics (tripod, SLR, GoPro, laptop, various connectors, adaptors, and chargers).
I fill the boot first. Clothes, shoes, hiking gear except for food and stove (with fuel). Nothing goes in the boot if it can’t deal with the heat. I still need to assemble a small tool kit, but the remaining tools should fit in the box on the right.
In the passenger seat and footwell goes the food, stove and fuel, tent, sleeping bag, helmets, torque wrench, electronics and camp chair. The car’s soft top is here as well; I intend to drive topless as much as possible and it needs to be stowed somewhere. The tarp may come in handy if I get stuck in a rain shower.