Ferrari Purosangue Spied Last Time Before Official Debut Tomorrow

The official debut of the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue is scheduled for tomorrow. Maranello’s first SUV is caught again on cameras ahead of its global debut on September 13. The last image of the Ferrari SUV shows more details about the car’s shape including its front headlights and rear arch design.


Late Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne argued that the Italian carmaker will not make any SUVs soon. He gave a specific answer and said, “you have to shoot me first” during the 2016 earnings call. The SUV will dilute the brand’s image he added in against making any high-riding Ferrari-badged vehicle. Sergio Marchionne passed away in 2018 with no hopes for any four-door Ferrari. Two years later, Maranello announced that there is a “Ferrari Utility Vehicle” in the official 2018-2022 roadmap for the brand. Then comes the Ferrari Purosangue (Thoroughbred in Italian) that has been caught many times in testing around streets. Despite its heavy disguised camouflage, we can see the design of the four-door Italian SUV.


The Ferrari Purosangue will break its cover with a global debut on September 13 tomorrow. But ahead of that, the SUV has been caught again on cameras and this time we can see the upcoming Italian four-door more clearly. The fully camouflaged SUV might be the production-spec version of the prototypes we saw earlier. The nw pictures of the car look like a stretched hatchback with a massively aggressive look. The front is more clearly visible than the rear which houses the quad-exhausts at both ends. The Purosangue photos give us a hint at the Ferrari Roma converted into a four-door SUV.



The Purosangue will feature a beautifully designed body the brand is known for, with a metallic red or grey exterior paint finish like the Roma. Under the hood, it packs a naturally aspirated V12 engine that will produce over 600 horsepower. The Ferrari SUV will have an acceleration time from 0-60 mph in under 3.0 seconds and a top speed of over 190 mph. It will offer an engaging dual-clutch automatic gearbox and an all-wheel drive system. The Ferrari Purosangue will offer more performance and space compared to the GT4Lusso. The car will pack a mind-bending performance the current Aston Martin and Lamborghini SUVs are known for.

The Italian carmaker is known for its exclusive and beautiful machines, so the Purosangue will be no exception to that. The SUV will count for 20 percent of the annual production of Maranello’s total cars made. The official debut is set for September 13 and the world would see a creation they didn’t think would happen. We hope Mclaren will soon follow these steps and unveil its first high-riding vehicle maybe in 2023 or 2024. Stay tuned for more details.

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