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Ferrari Purosangue revving and making donuts in the snow!

The Ferrari Purosangue is now being delivered, so we’ll get to see what the proprietors do with the brand’s high-performance crossover. At least this individual performs burnouts and donuts in the snow using the 715 horsepower (533 kilowatt) V12.

The driver briefly revs the V12 motor at the beginning of the clip. The Purosangue is spun rapidly by this person, sending ice chunks flying behind it. The scene changes to a location where there is more snow on the ground for creating rooster tails of the white material.

The Purosangue has a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that produces 715 horsepower at 7,750 rpm and 528 pound-feet (716 Newton-meters) at 6,250 rpm. According to Ferrari, the model has a maximum speed of over 193 mph and can reach 62 mph (100 kph) in just 3.3 seconds (311 kph). A dual-clutch gearbox with eight speeds sends the power to both axles.

The Purosangue is equipped with TrueActive Spool Valve (TASV) stabilisers from Multimatic. The components advance adaptive suspension systems by allowing the setup to be changed by an electric motor in response to changes in road conditions and driving moves.

Ferrari will start exporting the Purosangue to the US in the latter half of 2023. Price ranges begin at $400,000 after location charges. The amount of this premium is still unclear because the government bases the calculation on a vehicle’s fuel economy, but the model is also subject to the gas guzzler tax. This number for the US-spec Purosangue is not yet available.

A base Purosangue starts out about $40,000 more expensive than a Rolls-Royce Cullinan at $400,000 before the buyer selects any options or customization. However, Ferrari has no trouble getting customers. Since the automaker had enough reservations to cover two years of production, it recently ceased accepting orders for the performance crossover. The manufacturer made the decision to restrict the model’s availability to no more than 20% of the total yearly assembly of the business.


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