The Ferrari Purosangue SUV Will Make Its Global Debut In September

The first-ever Ferrari SUV will be powered by a V12 engine and feature an entirely new interior design.

The Purosangue, Ferrari’s first-ever SUV, will be unveiled in September, according to the company. The V12 engine will power the first version of this long-awaited SUV.

  • Ferrari Purosangue is the brand’s first-ever SUV
  • First version of SUV to come with V12 engine
  • Will rival Aston Martin DBX, Bentley Bentayga W12

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The Ferrari Purosangue Handles and Performs Like a True Sports Car

At Ferrari’s Capital Markets Day, CEO Benedetto Vigna revealed new details about the Aston Martin DBX rival, telling reporters: “From my and our test drives in the hills around Maranello, I can tell you that it’s a true sportscar, and unlike any other.” He promised that it would be “100% Ferrari,” and that it would “meet and exceed all the demands of performance, innovation, and design that you would expect from us.”

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Vigna previously stated on the subject of engine selection: “We’ve tried a few different things. It was clear that the V12 was the best option for the market in terms of performance and driving experience.” His remarks came after Ferrari released a video on YouTube confirming the company was working on a new V12-powered Ferrari, sparking speculation as to whether it was referring to the Purosangue or the unnamed successor to the Ferrari 812 Superfast.

Before Vigna confirmed the news, the firm’s reference to “our new thoroughbred’s bloodline” hinted at it being the SUV (‘Purosangue’ translates to “thoroughbred” in English). It’s unclear whether this will be the same 6.5-litre engine used in the 812 Superfast.

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“The V12 has always been an intrinsic part of Ferrari DNA,” Ferrari continued. It’s a tribute to our history as well as a symbol of our never-ending quest for new levels of performance and pure driving emotion.”

Future Ferraris will have Two Unique Architectures

All future Ferrari models will be built on two distinct architectures, one for mid-engined supercars like the Ferrari 296 GTB and the other for front-mid-engined GT-style cars like the new SUV.

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V6, V8, and V12 engines, with or without hybrid assistance, paired to a transaxle dual-clutch automatic gearbox; rear- or four-wheel drive; and 2-, 2+2, or 4-seat cabins in a variety of wheelbase lengths are all possible with both architectures.

This concept is based on Ferrari’s ability to combine bespoke performance architecture with the space, comfort, and user-friendly cabin that an SUV requires.

The Interior Layout will be Completely Redone

All Ferrari GT models, including the SUV, will receive a completely new interior design based on the company’s “eyes on the road, hands on the wheel” philosophy. A new steering wheel design, new infotainment, a head-up display, new instruments, new ways to operate cabin controls, rear-seat entertainment, and improved ingress and egress will be among the features.

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The Ferrari Purosangue SUV will Compete with The Bentley Bentayga W12

The Aston Martin DBX and the Bentley Bentayga W12, as previously stated, will be the Ferrari SUV’s main competitors. Customers looking for SUVs like the Lamborghini Urus, on the other hand, might consider the Purosangue.

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