You can clearly hear the V12 engine powering the camouflaged prototype of the Ferrari Purosangue SUV.
The Ferrari Purosangue SUV was reportedly spotted testing in Modena, Italy, near the Ferrari facility. This fascinating SUV is a first for Ferrari, which has spent years creating it. Ferrari’s first SUV is almost here, with a scheduled delivery date in the second half of 2022.
Ferrari’s first venture into the booming market for ultra-luxury performance SUVs will be the Purosangue. It will have to compete with Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Bentley, and almost every other luxury brand that produces performance SUVs. The Purosangue SUV has been in development for several years, and Ferrari just disclosed that it will be powered by a new V12 engine.
Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna recently stated that the company investigated a variety of engine options before settling on a V12 as the best option for the market. The Purosangue SUV’s power figures and pricing are yet to be confirmed by Ferrari, but we assume that if you have to ask, you simply cannot afford Ferrari’s new SUV.
The exhaust noise of the camouflaged Ferrari Purosangue SUV has the same iconic exhaust note as its predecessors, according to a recent spy film from Niki Motorsport. Instead of being a regular SUV, this low SUV appears to be more of a high-riding waggon. This design should help maintain the centre of gravity lower than competitors, which is good for handling but at the expense of ground clearance and storage volume.
The Purosangue SUV is yet to be given a release date, but Ferrari has stated that we will learn more about its game-changing V12 engine this summer. It’s only natural that the production-ready Purosangue be shown alongside its new V12 engine. (Tramadol)
Expect limited production numbers as Ferrari focuses on keeping the Purosangue SUV special, like it does with its other V12-powered cars.
Deliveries of the Purosangue SUV will start in 2023 and due to the huge demand for SUVs could be Ferrari’s best-selling model.
Source: Niki Motorsport