- Ferrari’s first ever four door vehicle
- 715 hp naturally aspirated V12
- Suicide doors
- Active suspension by Multimatic
- Hypercar performance
Ferrari unveiled the four door exotic SUV Purosangue. The prancing horse brand’s first ever four door car is nothing short of a proper Ferrari taking styling cues from Ferrari 296 GTB and Roma.
The all-new Purosangue is a beast equipped with a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine producing 715 horsepower and 528 pound-feet of torque mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. The all-wheel drive SUV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.3 seconds and tops out at 309 km/h. Purosangue, which in Italian means “pure blood,” is a crossover SUV that resembles Lamborghini Urus, its major rival; nevertheless, Ferrari has chosen to refer to it as a “car.” To achieve the greatest body weight balance, the V12 is positioned further back behind the front wheels.
To create a special 4×4 transmission, the Power Transfer Unit (PTU) is connected in front of the engine. The weight distribution is exactly 49:51% as a result. Thanks to relatively short overhangs, the stylish suicide doors open to a roomy interior with a four-seat arrangement. Each of the four seats can be adjusted separately and separately.
The Purosangue is outfitted with Multimatic’s sophisticated suspension technology, which uses electric motors to manage the dampers and anti roll control. Because the Purosangue lacks a rear windshield wiper, the rear screen is cleaned by the air movement along the glass surfaces. The lower surface of the hanging spoiler is curved to ensure proper air flow and guide it towards the rear screen.
The interior architecture of the Purosangue is based on the dual cockpit dashboard concept inspired by the SF90 Stradale, with a 10.2″ display that gives all necessary information. The Burmester 3D High-End Surround Sound System also makes its debut as standard equipment in Ferrari Purosangue
This exotic SUV is expected to hit the showrooms by next year with a base price of $400000.