The Purosangue SUV, Ferrari's first SUV, has finally been unveiled. Furthermore, SUVs are currently doing very well in the automotive market, so the Purosangue is an important product for Ferrari.
The SUV will compete with the Aston Martin DBX, Maserati Levante, Porsche Cayenne, Lamborghini Urus, and Bentley Bentayga. Here are the top highlights of the Ferrari Purosangue.
The Purosangue is powered by a mid-front-mounted naturally aspirated V12 with a displacement of 6.5 litres.
It has a maximum power output of 715 hp and a peak torque output of 715 Nm. The transmission is a dual-clutch automatic with eight speeds.
The Ferrari Purosangue is primarily an all-wheel drive SUV; the system cuts power to the front wheels when the SUV reaches 200 kmph or is in fourth gear.
The Purosangue can hit 100 kmph in 3.3 seconds and has a top speed of 310 kmph. Its design is distinctive because it doesn't have upright and straight lines like a typical SUV.
The LED Daytime Running headlamp replaces the standard headlamp. The main headlamp setup has been moved lower in the bumper and is now hidden in the air duct.
Some design elements on the Purosangue are inspired by the SF90 Stradale, and there are sleek LED tail lamps at the rear.
The interior of the Ferrari Purosangue is most notable for its rear-hinged back doors, also known as suicide doors.
The Purosangue measures 4,973 mm in length, 2,028 mm in width, and 1,589 mm in height. It has a 3,018 mm wheelbase and a dry weight of 2,033 kg, making it one of the heaviest Ferraris.