After the “stolen” photos and the first official teaser, the Ferrari Thoroughbred shows up again on the road. This time around, however, the Prancing Horse SUV features a different camouflage than in the past. Although the classic camouflage films covering the body are still present, the car finally shows its real forms.
Looking closely at the spy photos, a spoiler and 4 large tailpipes can be seen at the rear. The taillights are only visible. However, based on the “stolen” photos it seems that Maranello has chosen a solution similar to the one present on the Ferrari 296 GTB. The lines of the front have been well covered, but thanks to the official teaser we have already had the opportunity to see some details such as two large air intakes and a muscular bonnet. For some details, Ferrari took a cue from the Roma design.
From what you can see, the shapes they will be from SUV Coupé. In addition, this test forklift features 10-spoke alloy wheels. On the engine front, some rumors speak of a Plug-in hybrid version with a powertrain derived from that of the SF90 Stradale or the 296 GTB. In addition, there has also been talk for some time about a variant equipped with a V12 engine. All-wheel drive should not be missing. Although it is not a super sports car, Ferrari has made it known that the Purosangue will still offer the classic driving pleasure that has always distinguished its models.
The Purosangue will mark a turning point for Maranello as it will enter the SUV segment for the first time, approaching a new segment of users. Once the SUV, or rather the FUV (Ferrari Utility Vehicle) as Maranello calls it, lands on the market, he will have to contend with models of the caliber of the Lamborghini Urus which will soon receive a restyling.
The debut of the Purosangue is not far away. As we know, the presentation is expected in 2022 with the first deliveries starting at the beginning of 2023.
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