The North Americans call it the trunk.
The British call it the boot.
In Indian English, it is referred to as dickie.
In South-East Asia, it is popularly referred to as the compartment.
These are all terms used to refer to the place at the back of a vehicle for putting luggage in.
In Nigeria, where the British English language is adopted, it is more commonly referred to as the boot.
Some vehicles are known to have their boots located at the front end of the vehicle. However, it has become a de facto standard to have the boots located at the rear end of vehicles.
Sometimes, it appears that the manufacturer’s design capacity becomes inadequate for some drivers of these cars.
This can be illustrated by the photos below.