HomeNewsFerrari Purosangue Spied In Wavy Wrap Revealing More Of Exterior Design

Ferrari Purosangue Spied In Wavy Wrap Revealing More Of Exterior Design

The Purosangue shows off it sculpted flanks in these pictures.

In this fresh collection of spy photos, the Ferrari Purosangue is dressed in a unique camouflage pattern. The wrap gives us a better look at the design of the impending crossover.

Recent sightings of the Purosange have shown that they wear a large fabric covering over their bodies. The body’s contours are distorted by the hard plates beneath it. The wrap on this one, on the other hand, allows us to view more of the external curves.

In front, there’s a wide opening in the lower fascia. The company conceals much of the thin opening at the tip of the nose, but it’s easily visible in Ferrari’s teaser for the Pursangue.

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Despite Ferrari’s wave-pattern camouflage, the design of the Purosangue’s flanks can be seen. The crossover’s rear fenders, in particular, slope upward to give it a muscular aspect. In addition, the body narrows at the lower half of the doors, emphasising the flared shape at the back.

The riding height appears to be unchanged. We don’t know if the suspension of the Purosangue can be adjusted to elevate it. Don’t expect to take this crossover off-road at the level seen in these photographs.

Ferrari uses black tape to cover the wheels. However, the camouflage does not obscure the fact that they feature a five-spoke design.

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At the back, the wing spans two raised sections of bodywork, and the hatchback’s window runs underneath it. The glass area appears fairly small to the level that rearward visibility out of the panel might be limited.

Under the hatchback’s windshield, the tail additionally includes an incorporated spoiler. On each side of the bumper, there are two large-diameter exhaust pipes.

The Purosangue is expected to come with two powertrain options. One of them is said to be the hybrid V6 from the 296 GTB, which in that application produces 818 horsepower (610 kilowatts) and 546 pound-feet (740 Newton-meters) of torque. A V12 would be the second option. It is unknown if both engines will be ready at launch.

Currently, Ferrari merely states that the Purosangue will be revealed “later this year.” Buyers will begin receiving deliveries in 2023.

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