It’s here! Ferrari’s first SUV, the Purosangue, will debut at the end of the year. The Italian brand reveals its first official image to us today… and we will show you what it will look like in its entirety.
Finally. After months, and some years, of rumors, information, and leaks about the long-awaited first Ferrari SUV, which we already know will be called Purosangue, the Maranello brand reveals its first official image. It is not too deep, nor does it go into detail: it only lets us glimpse its front… but we complete it today with the first illustration by our specialist Schulte.
YES, as you can see the Ferrari Purosangue will be spectacular. No less can be expected, of course, from the brand’s first SUV, which will be officially presented in full before the end of this year, to go into production between autumn and winter and, possibly, already make its first deliveries to customers at the beginning. of the next 2023.
The new Purasangue will now officially be the highest model in Ferrari’s fame. The sketch shows us a good distance to the ground, very spectacular air intakes, and a front without a very marked grille, which connects with the new LED optics, inspired by those of the SF90 supercar.
That concerning the front sketch, because our illustration also reveals the sporty and dynamic character of the new Ferrari Purosangue, with a highly sculpted and aerodynamic bodywork, as shown by its prominent roof drop in the rear area. From behind, precisely, the new SUV will be inspired by the design of the 296 GTB, with quad exhausts in the diffuser area and integrated vents.
Ferrari Purosangue Engine
Although Ferrari at the moment does not give more details of the technical specifications of its new SUV, all the information already indicates that the Purosangue could adopt a hybrid propulsion system, taken from the 296 GTB. Thus, it would be made up of a 2.9-liter V6 Biturbo engine and an electric drive, which produce up to 820 hp.
Another option suggests that the hybrid set could be formed by the twin-turbocharged V8 of the flagship SF90 Stradale, which already yields a whopping 1,000 horsepower. However, if this option materializes, the SUV could lower this delivery figure somewhat. The total traction in both cases would be a fact.
The third way, less expected, points to a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, taken from the 812 Superfast/Competizione, capable of reaching up to 820 horsepower. In the coming months, we will know more information about the car without a doubt of the year.